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Iterchief Extracts 

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ceived. See our winMovv. 

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VOL. CIIL NO, 216, 



VICTORIA, B, C„ TUESDAY, AUGUST 16, 1910, 



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EIGHTEEN PAGES 



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Hall Marked 



Silver 



Our shci wing- nf I lallMarki'd Stcrlin^L:; 
Silver is a most diversified and comprehen- 
>i\a: MiK'. Whe n p urc4^-a-8in,£;" any article in 
this line, }nu are assured of getting goods 
that arereliable. ^, 




Hall Marked CToods Guarantees 
^.^^Highest Quality 

And ca-rrbe had ia^-^ea Sets-r~Salt and Pep- 
ner vSHalcers.' Book Marks, .Book Knives, 
Candle Sticks, in fact anything you may de- 
sire. - • ■ ' ' ' ■"':■■ ' -„^-^ 



Challoner & Mitchell Co., Ltd. 

Jewellers 1017 Government Street 



f . • The Store That Serves You Best 

You Want the ''Best"— You 
Want St. Ivel 

Econorhy to l>uy the best hi Preiserved Meats^ etc. Ifhat 
is wRy therejV isefe n tremendous demand for the pure ^ 

Ivel g-Qods: ■*'- ^ ■ ' ;'"'" 

Galantine, per large glass^ ^gacj: Jtmalt gla»^t:a.»:iL«A.yM> »^»> .45c 

■ ...45c 
. . . 40c 

• • • 45c 
. . . 40c 

• • '75^ 
...50c 
... 50c 
•$i-5o 




FOR IHE EMPIRE 



Wealthy M..en of England Are 
Seeking Opportunities' foi' 
Large: Investments in West- 
ern Part of Canada 



NOWMAKIMG TOUR 

OF THIS PROVINCE 



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■, Norton Griffiths Speaks of 
His %:hem^ of Colonization 
— Discusses Questions of 
Imperial Interest 



,-&£-- the liniit-rhil iiuvy working under 
ian inipcrhil admiralty In thno of wiir. 
I can clulia credll fof^JjeiiiK the first 
I'andlUute to-<'^'tul>u;t fi/iil i tl l»''ti<)n caj,U' 
IKilgii i,n iJux£!ii;_iLlDcraol;'tmiK-rUa Ifiies. 
T rornu'd my optnioTii; us h resuK uf 
ubHfvviitlon In .varloaf pi.u-tH of the 
world,, -Ou. u platform with my 22- 
foot map 1 wa.s itble to di'molisli iln; 
arRum«iht of every LIttli' Kngland^r, 
The l(i(»fi of an. Imnfrlal st-nate will 
be roulizi'd some day. Thla aeiitlnipnt 
is now as leaven working ilown anvong 
the niasMea. In itrlvate 1 have lil.so 
m)Vi>ca.t«tt--tlt«-*«+i.i«' thlnR to Ml-. Ilal- 
joLir and other ' leading members uf 
fho pUffyT Wfc will (TRjite rhT' Kr(!at- 
ost united empire frtid -the gr«!atcHt 
rai'f I he world hax ever S(H>n.. There 
will i,f one, Impuriul army, one Im- 
pei'iai navy controlled by an imperial 
senate. IJberal preferonoe. will como 
aiitomntlcally as a ,;iaturul sequel. If 
a plebiscite were taken today 75 per 
cent, of the pi^ople of th,^ empire 
would vote for preferential trade. Let 
tH» k>pxr tTKtle" h) our own channels njs 
nmcli as possible. An empirtj iinltcd 
on closer lines will be iiblo to dic- 
tate the peace of world. Any ten- 
dency to delay the reullratlon of lai- 
perlal unity would, 6t cour.se, be to, 
the Interest of other big nations not 
Included in It.", , 



Gam'c pate, per p^lass .»«%..%.- ,.» .»,,-> ; . . . 

Boar's Head, per glass i, . T. 

Spiced Beef Tongue, per glass 

T rrawfn ~pef glass , 

Sliced Ox Tongue, small-gtass, 50c ; large glass * • . . 
, Lamb's Tongue, per 'glasjrrrrrTr- •"• • • - • • • *"• ■ ^ V. . . . 

lyuncheon Tongue, large glass. 75c; small glass . . . . 

Gx Tongue — Rolled — smalTglass, 1^1.25; large glass . 



ROWa" 



SPECIAL, THIS WEEK 

-ilME JtTICE CORDrAL, ijer -bottle 



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A Few Fancy Gravenstein Appier Left. By the bOx. . . .S/r.85' 

DIXI H.. ROSS & GO, 

Independent Grocers, 13 17 Government Street 
Tels. 50, 51, 53 . . - .■ Liqijor Dept. Tel. 1590 






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It's Not the Cost Per Pair hut the 
Cost Per Year that demon- 



strates the EcdnomA^ of 
Pamily Foot wear 

McCandlcss Bros. & Cathcart 

555 .Johnson Street - Victotia^ B. G. 

Poilttvftly No Cptdit 



VA N > u I ; VER, Aug. 1 o.--MlUlP.I». 
of dollare are likely to be invested In- 
Western Canada. Includittg^ - Bcitlah 
Columbia, as a result- o.f the tour no%v 
being made by the Earl of Dunmore, 
Norton Griffith.^, M. P.. and Mr. Harry 
Brlttain. , They are ardent Imperial- 
ists and do flot neglect any opi»orlun- 
Ity to advocate the cause t^hcy are jjo 
prominently IdentlffeffwTfh. Mr! TJrit- 
taln is the. father of • last year'* im- 
perial press conference. — . ■■'-■ 

"Our mission to the Dominion ha« 
a direct bearing on our imperlaristjc" 
principles. We are looking around 
for invojstments. The members of 
"ov^ party have considerable means 
and intend to carefully stUdy the sit- 
uation. If we see anything that ap- 
peals to us we will Invest our own 
money, and can also secure cajiltal 
from our associates in England," said 
Mr, fJriffiths, 

Incldvimtally it developed in the 
course of tile conversation that Mr. 
Griffiths has "aTfeady purchaawd about 
140,000 acres m the prairie provinces. 
The matter was- rcfwrred to as though 
hJ* were the most commonplace inci- 
dent. Ten or 12,000 acres of Jrult 
lands In Okahagun valley have al,so 
been acquired by membefrs of tho 
party, including Mr. Brlttain. who is 
a stockholder in various lllustratea 
periodicals. 

"This is only the beginning," re- 
sumed Mr. Griffiths, viery modestly. 
"We, intend to have a look through 
varioua districts of this prov-ince. Our 
original plan of coming iwest^Through" 
the yeUowhead Pass vyaa abandoned. 
It Is now quite j)robable_. that we will 
ascend the. Skoena river ami go 
through to Fort Gttoig.', and thenco 
south to the main line of the Cana- 
tUan- Paetfle RailWa^:^ .gtuite separata 
from any Irivestmenta which I muy 
make with my fellow-,tT::AyjU5rr9.j;..Jtmvi 
at heart a personal project for bring 
Ing out. a:t least. 1,206 families fropi 
my own constituency of VVednesbury. 
A start has already been m^d^- Sev- 
enty families liave already been sent 
out. Three of them. are in Victoria, 
where I shall look them up tomorrow. 
For varlpus , teaaons I prefer Brltinr 
Columbia to the' prairie regions as a 
ne\c\ fot' the activittea of the people 1 
fhall. sepd out. Herq 1 purpose, locat- 
ing three centres of coloniaa-tlbn, to 
be named We.dnenbary, Tipton and 
Darlaston,- after places In my con- 
stituency. Thqre will be a resident 
secretary at each point. This lij the 
fir^t definite non-charitable . jproje^t 



Mayor— Gaynor Doing Well 

Si:\V TOTIIC. Aug. 15.-«The follow- 
Tng biTllfe'thi on Mayor GaynOr's cotK 
dltlon wa.s timed 9:30 o'clock, but was 
liot issued until after 10.30 o'clock: 
"The re is . much Jmpro^ement In the 
firTayoPs condition todaj-^ He ia-t-aJang 
nourishment well, has bee n ooTOX o r . t- 
able and has rested from time to 
time." At tVildnlght the mayew — ha<l 
been sleeping since the last bulletin. 



TiOPS_mifD 
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Governor Harmon 
Reduced Police 
Unable to Keep Peace 
His Own RcsponsibiHty 



Afraid Tliat 

f-orce Wa's 

On 



(jf "angtl of "the Crimea." 

I'Morenco ,N'lKbtliigti,le will lie l)\irle<l In 
,Wo8itmln8t;jer AliUey.' She wllr be borne 
(o her ,sepuh'hr« in .state, eseortiHl by a 
greul" inllituw coi'tege. Thl.f 1h contrary 
Ui one of her la.st reque.stM MUs Xi«bt- 
ioKule wi.sUed liev fiuuTUl to be Hlinple, 
liiitth'3 fjoldlera of tbo Urillsli army ar»i, 
I.iiMltiniilllK IbaL ll 1" mail.' a i,)ubltc.. , 
paKeMiil. __,_, 

.lolin l''lii<'Hhnn.. ML-H NMRliUnBalo s 
iinleily UuiiliiB -the Crlmona, war, illed 
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CITY AND STATE 
AUTHORITIES 



DIFFER 



Mayor Asks Railway Company 
to Cease Operation of Cars 
at Night— -CallsJoji-Suspen- 
sion.of MayurMarshall 




CdliUMBU8.,Ohltf. Attr 15.-~aovempr 
Harmon, in a 'formal statement given 
officially, gives liis reasons why he 
called out the troops. He says that the 
mutiny of a portion of the police of 
Columbus hR.i so Weakened, tho force 
that the policeTire unable to control the 
situation. He says that he took the ac- 
( Ion, ojtv Jl lft (m aZ re8|)C>oajbllUy - as go v:;; 
ernor of Ohio. ' .^ 

Mayor Marshall tonight caU«id upon 
the railway and light company to keep 



\ lifLljl UV I llJL ''•■' '•"'■" '»'*'>«' barns at night until 

WVrrl nf rlnr P^""'^'^ >» restored. He said a few days 

U ll LI -I Ml I lIVL^'of unlet probably would end the excite- 



— -^AW- -AI^D VATICAN 

Religious Festivities Cause Suspension 

of Work — ^^Pope Expresses 

Confidence 

■ UoMi:, Ak,.~T 1).— - There were ng de- 
\eloi>mctu.s today Iti the coniiovorsy 
Ijftwei-n llic Vatican and the Spanish 
Koverfiment, On account of the reilKl- 
ous festlvillps all work at the Vatican 
was susp^'hdtHl," and the pope? Kav'e Jio 
aiifltericeK, 

t.'ui-(linHl Mfi-ry I '< 1 \',il. in- papal 
seoreta'ry of state, n-maijiett- tlnougUout 
the day at his summer resilience on 
Monte Mario, hut he^was in communl- 
ea^tion with the po pe for a'' b rief period 
by teleiphone in the afternoon. He sabl 
that he did not oxpect to come tp Borne 
until Friday morning, wlien he. Will re- 
ceive the diplomatic repreeentallveH. 

The pope again expressed confldenc- 
In ultimate succesH in the tight. 





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Several Buildings of Belgian 
' Exposition Are Destroyed— 
PeopJe Trampled m~?afrrG 
on^ Crowded Grounds 



BRUSSELS. Aug. 1..— The ruins of 
the Belgian expusltlois buildings, burn- 
ed yesterday, are «ti;i smoking, but 
there Is no .1 ..,<■■■■• '■■• '■•"'.hei' Uestruc- 
tlon by fir in the tele- 
graph bui!ii...f; ...i ,•,,.J^^e(l to have 

started the flarties, which soon destroy, 
ed that tllmsy structure (Ud, spread to 
others nearbv. ^\ :,' <: . 

Soon tl)e Belgian. KnglUshaiarid FVenoh 
sections were destroyed Tho firemen 
and dptachments of soldiers called to 
the scene fou nd thcm aelveS baftled by 
ihe gale. Which carried the burnUig 
embers to all parts of the ...grounds. 



f^ i^pd d<^ dependii - upon . the fofrnaticm of early 
"remarked a A^ictorian the other day to a friend ifom 
Vancouver. [.:.■."' _, 

%Mowii," y/As the rej oinder . "Wh e n t was a baby my 
mother titred a woman to wheel m<> gbott t und I have be»n 
pushed for money -eiiisriince/' -^ 

W«llf4<f«.i3ft*t^ itioney ,tha,n pushed- for 

health: Biit it'rtuSyef loo late to mend.^ If you have no.tj 
already got the much-to-be-commended habit dl 4rtnkin}i 



White RoclcJ^thla Water, better telephone "your dealer t6~^ 
:(!iil ,) I ;ise,at oncc-to your house. There's no fttor© Aittipe 

met 111 1. 1 of retaining '<y prMmVitincr 
daily of several' glaMcs ''i iln 
im|)Uril}--froc mineral walcr.- 



health than the, drinking 
itcly pure, germ*proof, 
\\hilc it is a trifle morePtX*^ 



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iferior f.^^ci-cnllc 



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The los* is estlrfiated pt .$100,000,000. 
r« the left of the niafh building 
qse the picturesque roofs and spires 
of "Bru^alles Kermoss,''^ il Belgian 
Coney Island, with water chute.s., to- 
boggan slUles and acoreisof sl^e shows. 
This place was alive with Sunday 
crowds, and before they could l>e got - 
ten out with any. semblance of order, 
the Kern,>t*»s was aflre. .The crowds 
bevame panic stricken, and men, wo- 
men a,nd children fought madly to es- 
cape. The exits became cj^oked with 
the struggling masses and men used 
their. fists to clear the pathway. Many 
werfe traqtplcid under foot anti badly 
Injured. , . 

An engine dorps from Antwerp at« 

tempted • to dynamite tha buildings 111 

.?[2ty2£,_'jO'h_^?Z'^^?JB*lla--.U^ French section in the hope 'of 

checking thia flroTbht the tlftmcs leap- 
ed across and engulfed the Ttallanr 

Russian, Ajnr'gll!^3^^^^ ^ "' P " "" '**''--^^-^^^^^^£J^ 
and NprwcgrgnZbull.lings. 

Forty houses on the Avenue SoH?ech, 
adjoining the • e,\posHi6n were de- 
ilroyed. ^ 

There were about— 440;p.00 people in 
the exposition grounds and the Ker- 
mess when the hre broke, out, and the 
escape ■Of nearl.\ all from death or in- 
jury is remarkable. About 40 were Inr 
Jured In the iianlc. 

The loss. Is, neiirly ,120,000,000. For- 
tuttatelj* the most 1 valuable art treas- 
ures were removet^ by the police to a 
pidbe of safety. The. British loss is very 
HeaW, Including costly Morlaix tapes- 
trvMnd furhittire from the collections 
of Bernard 

ed tn set a price. They were Insured 
for 1500.000. 

,, L/)t<DOX, Aug. lStM3*ti«ieli dls- 
tinttnes do not report any damage to 
fhe Canadian pavilion through the 
gWt Ore. In the exposition grounds. 
Tbe bnild'lng contalnjng tho Cahndtan 
pJlclflc crhlbit -atso^ escaped- destrijc- 
tl|n. Toronto's tudor panelling, was be 
irii? exhibited In tlie .Btlttph setStJcin. 
Wilch was gutted. , i 



r^^ErhftftiTd is watching th6 ex 
X>er 1 me Rt. jffiith^ in tfep<mt: - My ultimate 
object ts to produce results which will 
stlniulate members of parliament and 
mayors of cities to start similar move- 
ments. In that way I think I can do 
the ^plre a greater service dJian— by- 
simpIyUalking. Of course 1' shall ex- 
pect the^ cooperation of your govern- 
ment, "vhis.ls a matter I hope to dis- 
cuss wit,h Premier McBnIde. 

"In eviiry instance the families sent 
out will bo selected very carefully. N'o 
undesirables will figure in the list. 
They wlll\ largely belong to the type 
of farm kborers, but artisans and 
coal mlnei\s will be included. The" 
local secretaries In each communt- 
,ty out here will keep' In toiich with 
cbnditlons and as occasion warrants 
will cable home lor ttddttloncLi immi- 
grants. 

"Let Great Britain have her own 
parliament [and the overseas domin- 
ions tl^elr own parliaments, but let 
th^m join in the establishment of an 
Imperial senate. In which all parts of 
the ?;mplre wlll.be represented,'! he 
continued In championing thte "cftuse 
he has so deeply at heart, "1 would 
not have it sitting in Londonall the 
time. Rather would I prefer to see 
the iienators asS'emhle thlp, year In 
Ottawa and In another y'ear in Cape- 
town or Sydney. The CamHllan navy 
is a step In the right direction, ^but 
the colcmlal units must be a i^"6rtion 



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- NEWS SUMMARY 

Pago 

4, — Methodist Conferen<j«. Prac- 
tical Work for the Emplte; 
Troops, Called to Columbus 
^—Methodist Conference, Con- 

tinned. . ■ f ■ 

3— New Era Tn Y, M. C. A.\ 
.'" ' History. 'Ill' 
4— Kditorlal,' ■ J ■ / 
6 — Social a lid* per BQ rial. . 
6— News of the c\ii . \ ^ 

7 — Methodist Con 'ernnoe!, CJon" 
. tinued. • i ■• ■ 

8-^Tn Woni;ni',s I'„. ./i^iii. 
'^ 9 — Sport. . , 

to— Additional ap9rf.- -- f— H' 
11— MethndiPt- Conference.!' 0«i 
tind' '1. .\rr;ir.K<'iiui;it? 
Str, \Vlll"ri-l'vi "Vt'.-i! : 
''ouncll, 
I ' Ivile! An-i i , 
"•ral Ne^^ - 

I -<»Ht4VV«, 

H Murine. 

'15--Market.<t. 

16— Classlfled Adverti.^ 

17 — Mining Departmen- 

1 R— Dft vid^Scencer, Ltd. 



ment and permit th^ Btrengthening'of 
the poU(;e.j(orce^and those of the Sheriff 
and tiie vigilance committee. 

Despite' the order, cars riddeji bV po- 
lice were operated in the early hours 
tonlglit. The police rode the cars' as 
they have been doing for four nights. 
J^Ylends and advisers of .Oovernor -Har- 
mon were- greatly perturbed by a re- 
mark attributed to' Mayor Marshall- 
when Informed that the governor had 
gone over his head and, summoned 
troops, whom l»e purposed to dlr.ect in 
quel ling riots without consulting the 
mayor. Mayor Marshall was reported 
as' having said the governor and his 
general staff could go to Hades so far 
as he cared. The mayor promptly was 
called upon to c-xplaln. He dech«r.-<l that 
the remark was not made by him. He 
said |*p merely had declared that "he 
did not- care a rap" what his many crit- 
ics said. ■■ ." . 

The Builders' and Traders' exchange 



Injured in Collision 
NI A-€hAJfeA-yAfaL.Sr-y,-yTr-Attff, 
— In a head-on collision between two 
trolley cars on the gorge road this 
evening^— nlfl*— persojss -^vere injured, 
one seriously. 



FIRE RAVAGING 

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the 
the 
Canada 



Quadrennial session of 
General Conference ot 
MettiodisI Church ' of 



HEARS ADDRESS OF 

ITS SUPERINTENDENT 



Three Sessions Yesterday Fol- 
lowing Opening Services of 
.Sunday— Secretary"and His 
Assistants Elected 



the governor' to suspend the mayor. 

The 8ti*lke-l)reakers are noV under the- 
^lW»044on JXf thft h end of a Onveland 
detective agency aS- a result of the dis- 
appearance of John- E. Brady, the— for- 
mer leader, who Is being sought by the 
police for shooting two women and a 
little girl. 



mm CAUGH 

■ By FORESI m 



Report on Situation at Glacier, 
. Montana, is Disquieting — 
More- Soldiers Are "Sent 
^From American Lake 



Close upon 350 dclega-tes, amon? 
them names of the- highest in tlu^ 
Methodist church life of the Domin- 
ion, and- included In their numbers a 
couple of delegates from the British 
Isles, assembled in the Metropolitan 
Methodist . church yesterday at tip' 
oi>pning business sessions of the eighth 
(Jeneral conference of The Methodist 
chT>rcli--<jf-^nada,- The conference,, 
which Is a quadrlennial affair, will re- 
main In 'session— during the ensuing 
fortnight. -- --—^ 

Three sessions were held yesterday, 
the feature of these being the. address 
delivered by the general superintend- 



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WASHINGTON. Aug. 15.— Alarming 
news of the forest fire situation in the 
Glacier national park" In Montana was 
received today by- IM Intiilor depart- 
ment. 

Major Wmtatti iEl. Lofan, atlpervlaor 
of the park, r«^orted that' th? Hames 



were spreading and that the nuinber of 
today adopted resolutions ca41lugup«n4f[r«-^ft^te^8-^tt=the— scene was Inade- 



Hundred Loggers oh Valdez 
."Ts ted-- Driven From Their 

--^m#=e=£s£apfi_J3y Means 
' of Logging Train 



VANCOUVER, August IS. — One 
hundred loggers employed In the camp 
of the Hastings mill on Valdez Island, 
one hundred mijes up the coast, last 
Sattirday had to board a logging train 
and through blinding smoke and angry 
flames seek refuge on the beach at 
Granite Hay, five miles away. 

A bush Hre,' fanned by a west wirrd, 
travelled five miles In less than an 
hour and, n half, destroying valuabhi 
Moo,^o."oii^wWch^hrrerus^-»la„ndlng timber. U cleared a path- 
way a mile wide. 

The loggers abandoned their camp 
.after loading their supplies and don- 
•1<ey engine on flat cars. The run to 
ithe beach was made down g;rBdo ■'kt n 
, record sfiped: They had a close call. 



Ouate. He appealed for the assistance 

of more troous, and upon the retfuest^ 

^)f the intertor department. Genertil . 

Leonard Wood, chief of staff of tKeJ ^P.Vtne . Rev^,j^_^ 

arniy, ordered threerfomtianies of the 

Second Infantry from the American 

I^ke mix noe uvre s -tii Washington fbt 

duty In tRe"~prnt: "Tbese soldiers will 

augment the -one company of the 

Twenty-flfth Infantry that' Is ajready 

on the scene. 

Interior department officials ^ere 
much encouraged by reports* from 
a upt. Morgan of the Flathead Indian' 
reservation In Montana, that the. fires 
on the reservation were now under 
control. 




Bev. Dr. A. Carman, .D 
General 



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Supt. ,of the Methodist 
Church of Canada. 



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Two Pri«8ts Drowned 
' WINNIPEG. Aug. 15.— Two Roman 
Catholic priests. Father August 
Welch and Joseph Nichplas, attached 
to the Lesser Slave . Lake mlssliin, 
were drowne'd today In the- Smoky 
river. • 




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HARGE 



, Boiifllir by Victorians 
-'.^ANAIMO, August 15.— A deal ,hn|; 
been ctmrnrmmated i^hereby 'Messrs, 
Wright atldSlephensbtr, of yictor'la. 
come In possessWui -of ninety aWfes of 
land on Mtwlge Island, which they have 
ncfjulreJ fmm A, Thatcher, kh^ well 
RHd'wTT"" fiihcher of tlTI9,t ^lacfe. ' The 
purchase price, vvhtoli Is tmdenstood ,to 
be in tho neighborhood of $j"ilOob, In- 
cludes the dweJIlTil?. outbuildHigs and 
h\i stock, Mr. Thatcher retains seven 
lapres of land, bnrdorlilg on the beach. 
! including the) coal rights. During his 
hlrte^n i-earr resldencq on' Mudge Is- 
and, Mr. ^Thatcher vi-ns on gnged U ,i 
ixed nilriTJln'g, Includlns fruit, grow- 
ng, poultry and sheep raising, .niaklng 
Hiioce.s.'i of. his- buainess, w,hlcli Is to 



be conthtuod along the same lines 
the new ownerB. .„y.„-.:. 

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Many-East liPieHans Coma.' 

\\-,\wiiiNatox,' '. Aug. is.r-rFoijr 

nlred Pufijitbls and Hlndup have 
>;iiiie(l Troin C'^Vciitta, fop San Frah- 
risen, according to; -advices which; 
lied tho '■ : -^•••^'-irnt of Coin- 
id r.Ml \o hundlred 

■ .it..'i:; :.!!le(1 !i v.''i^ .-iv-'o for the SBine 
pm't. (MCIcImIh .■I the deilartmeht .'ire 
l>ii7,/,le(l. Pmti sts have been rocMved 
trnni the .Vsiiiilr exclusion leagifes of 
the Pacific con.st,. It is said thst if 
the Immigrants pass the riimigrnton 
tests and i>Hy the head tiv ^ ' '• 
ihcy cannot U« debarred. 




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IVIi'ss Florence Nightingale 
^ Passes Away . at Age of 
Ninety— Her Great-Service, 
in the War ol the Crimea . 



LQNDO.V, Aug 15, — Florenw Xlght- 
ingale. the famous nurse ^ of the Crlm- 
e.an war ah.d this only woman who ever, 
rocelvttd the Order of Mffrtt, died on Sat- 
urday at her I^ondon homo. 

Although she li.vl been 'an Invalid for 
a long time. 'r'nrely leaving h^r room; her 
dcH th w as, gonitt'ty ha.t .j-^UJtflixpected. • , A 
we(ck ago ■'she was (iultc sick. J)ut .then 
tinproved and-on Friday was cheerf\il. 
DtirluK that night falarmlng sympioms^ 
developed, 'and Hhe' if.radually sank until 
2 o'clock Sitturdny , nftemonn. when an 
nltnek nf heai't fnllnre brought the' end. 

-MtwH-^^'Asht in«^«ttr had pecel vert few vla- 

iltors. Oil Mny 1 3 last she celehrflted her 
ninetieth birthday. 

FloVence Xlf^htlngale Wfi.s horn Jlfty 1?. 

tS20. ..She wnfi-tlie fif.it wMiijtTi to follow 

■ ■ ■ ' ■ • ' - nui-.s(», 

. .- title 



Time Expires for Stay. of Dr. 
Crippen and Miss Leneve in 
This Country — Departure 

.Waits on Order 



QUEBEC. Aug. IB. — Dr. fcrlppen and 
Miss Leneve may now be taken bkck to 
ICngland for trial on n charge of murder 
awaiting" tTiem there as soon as the or- 
der for their release . comes from the 
provincial authorities. 

Tonight they' cohipleted the fifteen 
days under arrest In Canada recfUlrea TTy 
the fugitive offenders act. Inspector 
Dew- said ho did not -know on what •^2?ti l>)vs: 
would sail as his plans depend liTibll ~;' ''•in 



Carman, D.D., 
TZVU-VZ o f '^'o rotito. The church, he 
said, was keeping pace with the glorl-, 
ous movements of the age. It had^^the 
world for Its constituency. With re- 
gard to ' M ethodism he. had but one. 
anxiety, that It should be saved fr'Om 
worldlinesa. feplrituiil sloth and indif- 
ference and iill their consequences. 
Herein lay the greatest present danfeer. 
The church was becoming wealthy and , 
might easily lose the.\^gor and tension 
of Its spiritual life. Novelties w'ere. 
preached and the eye of the 'church 
dimmed and , her arih paralysed. In 
his opiniqnthe tendency, current and 
force In the spiritual' life of humanity, 
left to Itself, was- ever downward and ' 
not upward. Even good men were daz- 
zled with the gjltter of theorlea,-a«d 
befooled with empty specujatUm. Such 
conslderat+oflS were of special interest 
to him for he had, experienced especi- 
ttlly great kindness at the hands of his 
brethern. 
. During the quadrlennum just closed 
Dr. Carnnan believed that some won- 
derful work had been accomplished. It 
was stated* however, and with reason,- 
that the class meetings , were not by 
any means attended as they once were; 
The prayer meetings did not attract 
anv considerable number of members 
of "the official boards, nor of the gen- 
eral congregatlorl. The result pfthis 
aeemeJ likely to be that one section of 
the Methodists would attend to the 
tempomlities and, possibly ft weaker, 
If not a smaller section would attend 
to the spiritual interests of the church. 
The .evils .com4ilalned of should be cor- 
rected and averted as best possible. 

The question of church union, he 
said. Important beyond all estimate, 
must come before the conference and 
be considered by It In all earnestness 
rtnd seriousness. It was a remarkable 
movement If not one of the most stu- 
pendous revolutions in ecclesiastical 
history; • Whether union came; or not 
there niust be much anxiety and la- 
bor. If uniop came who could tell the 
lmmwi84t.j;'i at- . th4S,„re3pori9lhl ll.tx.i. . . H e 
wouhl ask* the qUesMon whether the 
task did not seem too great for human 
wi.xdoin ,'ind strength,' 

Tho Address. 

The Rev. Dr, Carman's addresa fol- . 



he 

the arriva l of the order, 
to-' lose 



He la expected. 

no time in getting 

Miss Leneve to the other 



the ,jv.o"nderful 
heavenly 



however 

iTflppen and 

side. , . ' 

Except fiir iiK^ Btomatie expiration of 
the fifteen days limit, the case today 
was witlwut legal featur<>8. Miss Len- 
ev^i spent the fffrrmoon Answering the 
letter froinber sister -liroiiKht from lion- 
don by Jn?rHt.- Mitchell Crippen, It was 
Ifearned t oday , ■ has been 'permitted to 
majll^to his London attorney a letter re- 
lating to his case. . . ' ■*!^ 

LiONtXDNr AuC" !'>•— -^hf spectators 

Who filled the 11 tt)e ..court room at 

lallngton this aflerhoon where the in- 
vestlga,llQ,n of the Crippen murder mys- 
tery was continued were dl.sappolnted. 
They expect «»d to hear G;f sepAatlbnal 
dl«coverle''8 ,Tn~^i!nTr?r7non, with the re- 
.tnalTis ' Sttpposoa "'Tcr")ie those .x5f Belle 
Elmoret "fo^rtnt In 'a cellar of ttip Crip- 
pen reffldence In lllli'derth Croi^ee nt, T he 
phy.tlcians In charge of the cave were 
re8p'oj»«ibl«--*«w^be ',dl«»-Pf«»tfl-t«»ent,- -trnrvs 
ing decTded to wlthhoukl, the sclentlllc 
evidence regarding ""the nutnre and Iden- 
ttt.v of the 'remains miiii crlppen and 
Misa Leneve rettirn niul have an oppor- 
tunity to attend ro\n-t. After the' for- 
p,:n ......•-,,„. 1... p.. .1,;. ;.,rp,ffy .w?ns ad- 

.! . 1. 



provMcnce of 
God, our heavehly father, in the du© 
succession of the years,- at the:_aj)j=_ 
pointed time, in thJs city of Victoria. 
British Columblii. .We are gathered to- 
gether In the fellowship oT Christ hnd 
the unity of His spirit andllis church 
for the performance of tho duties 're- 
quired of a general conference, the ex'- 
ercise -Hi^^ 4t»— functions and t hie on 7 
joyment of Its pr)vllpgt?s. Everyono 
of us should conlprehend fully. ,and 
should be deeply Impressed with the 
consideration of, \vhat is -donuinded of 
^ffl-Itl. tills capacity and relationship. 
In the flrsl place we are the servants 
of the ev-.ci-.living\anrt unchangeable 
God. InAnLte.-J.tL .w'»%ni, love &a^ 
power; — W-<»fe- wc not called to pres- 
ent and vigorous actlpn, the^onsidera- 
'tion of that statement TXt 
upon it in all Its bear-lr 
lly -absorb nil the time nlloUed for out" 
confcrencot ' , ,. 

"Then we .Thstltuen 

■this world, which altio we must serve 
Irio cord lng. to the mind and -ylll og, 
Cm^d. The church Is the army or the 
llvinr'^0'1. flfhtlng His" battles, In ap 
enemy's crtuntry, for the .fajth as de- 
llvi»c«"d to the saints and for tho 
rightful sovereignty of the . kin# •!' 
kings. -Surely wo arc sadly at fault. 
if w« niar or neglect the efi"' '"r^ ■■ '' 
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I 'all for tiridal gifts. An iiiPX- 
|i».'r)»l\v pi-f'sent that would 
prove a inofit Piidearlng and/ 
u.seful souvenir l.s a 

GAS RADIATOR" 

Would lhoro\i>flily ht'Hl nny 
room, lipdrixiiii, di'ii, sewing 

see our fine stp'clt. 



Victoria Gas Company 

~r Head Salesroom 652 Yates St. 



SMOKE 



LA FLOR DE BAHAMA 



Known Trom coast to coa.st. .\ jtnpnl.ir cicr-'ir at a popular price 



-made oi clear Havana. Un .-;alc' r\ rr\ \\ Iutc. 



JOE TASSE CIGAR COMPANY. 



1-05 




PITHER & LEISER 

Wholesale Agents for B.C. 
V:iC.TQRIA. VANCOUVER NELSON 



' Maimiadss^sim)«bx.mmmja'uw3 



THERE WAS A DAY 

in the htst&ry of household furnishing when to have your kit- 
cheii well stockcrl tvith e,very neccs.sary article entailed the. 
paynicnt of a large sum. '. That day is gone. The'lowi prices^ 
we place un a)l those lines puts th^ jimv within easy reach of 
\ cry purse. ■ in the r aep fo r suprcmacyr^s in all struggles, 
here arc.,lyad;ers, and this is where otfr store comes in with, 
iF goods you. need, with the giTaran.tee,""money Ua'ck," and . 
.. ith the, ]>rices that arii- unmatched. We woiild like yon' to 
■ni,c and leanl more of our business uav'^. Note the {oll'nw- 
i g for Tuesday' buyers ; 

The Marvel Steel Range, high clospt, large o\ten, WOod or c^ajj; 
(^*ll<>k■.1op. (hiplc^i grate, extension pocket,; nickel plati"-!!. 

. Has.it>i.^w,ur,,ll.i_ S40,Q0.. „.JJ!Jiiu:_.sti^^^^ al price , ; ". . . . . .; ;$^fi.9?i 

Large Enamel Saucepans, eatiJ. . ,. .^ ...... . 

Good Wash Boilers, each .... ... . 

Double^^Boilers, large, each. 

4-Piecc Glass .Sets/ per set 

DiTrrrer-Sets of grmeces, high-das.^ l^nglisii waro, 

I>.■lI,(■^:.;r^•cIl I'lural (Iccorations,' un white. grotui d,.-makiug an 

, ili^ain niiibination. This set b good' value ' at $10.60. 

■ Tnt^tHty-r-lhc- set . ..,.■.' . . ._^6.25 

$2.00 Flour Qans, each ; .'.,:VT:7':i^l.50 

$1.25 Cobbler Scts,'<;aclTi... .,.,.■ •. . ; .■.77IZ_^.^^^M>^ 

$2.50 Todet Sets. per. set. -, : . . ;.. ; . .$1.75 

$r..SO Wash Tiibs, each .^1.00 

Spci;;!v ,,, Ttn,ware. Nickelware.-Woodenware and Stoneware 

Halliday Clyde Company, Ltd. 

'I in-ii-!!iii -; libbers. <: 



..?i.oo 

..■:;25< 
beautiful 



"• If ■^'<.n ..\if 



■K''l With ^''iiir ITnsiPfv 



Try the B mm, Douglas St.. for English Hosiery 

Ladies^'--a5C, 35c, or 3- for $1.00 Men's Socks.' 25c. 35c and 50c 



COMMENCES ITS LABORS 



MENC ES IT S 

(CoMtln\ied froin Pii 



Ke 1.) 



it.s battalions*, or the aucoeus of its op- 
erations. If w^' art- not acftiic way 
vHmU.n- cnniicrtfd with the (.duircli. 
i-li'arl\ Idcniltifd with Its movemcrjtH, 
anil diiuply intfruMtfd In Us pi'oapi'rity, 
wt« havu no liuslneas here. TUv 
hi'.i tlii'ii, ovi'n tho nioat bciuighted of 
llhcni, ari' within the pr(tvt8loii and 
opt'ration.s of thr Ivingdoin of God; hut 
such may bf a long- wto i)ff from tlu- 
church df till' IUIuh: (Jod, tlie pillar 
I and Kroiind of tile truth. I'lu-y )inve 
all till' moral and Miilrltual advantage's 
of nature in tiipmaelvo.s and in tliH unl- 
' vcrsi- about tliiMu; vet tliey .scldoiii 
! hiakc heaflway in rfll)!riou.s knowicdK-f 
i 01' life.' Tlioy Mitlior «iid<' Into Ignoi'- 
(ancf, Imnioraiity and spiritual dt-atli. 
j a.M the hl.sior.c of thi^ nations .-leurl.V 
dfmonstmtC'8. But the, church of God 
is founded on ihi; revelation of- God 
I in .lesus i'hrlHt, .superadded to itlie 
MlKht of -N'ature, and Is iii«tinct with 
divine life and |)ower. The cjiijr<'h is 
;a (iulcl<ened: , orRanlzed, .''upernn tural- 
i.v. and' for it.s purposes luiinlijutent ly, 
agsre.s.slvo . energy, ifirected, .-<\ippll."d 
.'ind su.stTiined from heaven lur Ilh- 
I UM.ral and .■•;'!! M .1.1! . ..i,,|ii, si .if i h,' 

world. 
I "IJurin.^ the iiuadrennium. now cIom- 
I iuK, brethren faithful, lionori'd and b-'- 
loved. members of our hist- Ketnual 
I conferf;nc>^ and 7:ir tWf ro'Hnii'xIorial of- 
liciar.\-. have entered into iheip re.st. 
I Let ti.s stand at ease foi- ,1 moment 
I ivlth bowed head-..whJle we reverently 
f^peak the names of Oontiexlonal of- 
flcerB tk'iHirted; and of memliers of 
the general confereriee-of i»06 I.d (?i't»r- 
lastliig: glory crownext. Iff the con- 
ferenres of our marlUnie provinces. , 
Rev. Dr. Charles It. Puinley and Rev. 
William Dnbson are two brethren of 
whom all of us would probably llrsi 
thki".*. Brother PaTsT^y~wRs a ripe 
scholar,- a sound reasoner. conservu- 
Tive~tn His "theological position."', a 
careful dtsclplinariiin, a — succes.sful 
man in the HfJdT and a vigorous in- 
.struclor In" the chair of the college. 
Brotlier Dohson. was a prince among 
his fellow.s In the pulpit, and in his 
original. . thoughtful and scriptural 
A4ecour.ses aroused public attention, 
and furnished the general mtud vsrith 
stlmulu.s and knowledge. In the cen- 
tral conferen ce t he well known figures 
of John Potta, WlUlam H. Wlthrow, 
.-\ 1 exa nd e r . authsrla nd , T. G. Williams, 
.'<. G. Stone and David Winter en- 
>,'ai:e our attention. To the contem- 
poraries pf their active cAreerr= ao- 
prominent were they In every good 
word and work and so cloSeJy c-on- 
fMH>t^— therewith, one almost wonders 
how '.Methodism survive."! their . la- 
mented death. Who shall estimate 
what Methodism ip. Canada owes to 
that faithful soul, John Potts? .Vnd 
possibly not less is due to that Indefatl" 
gable worker and that possessor of 
wide ajnd varied scholarship. Wllll.iin 
H. Wlthrow. Xoble men! They loy- 
ally and Intelligently consecrated- 
every energy of their being to the 
highest interests of ChrLst's kingdom. 
In the pulpit John Potts reigned 
amongst the people by a plain, etfec- 
tlve iiresentatlon of the Gbspcl of 



church, or Jn any ot Itoe churchen, 
that haa oxperlencod greater kindncsa 
'at thfi. hands of his brethren? Who 
ought to t:ake aincerer interest In the 
churcha welfjire? VVh<ifa_laL_Lti£rii. nn- 
oth«r ctti»e of Buch forbearance and 
generous lon^ilderatlon'.' 1 think 1 can 
dairtt In the/jiresence of you all that 
1 have for theae years serveil God and 
Ills p«oi»le with all hunUiity of mind. 



world. It Is as when thW heaving ocean 
rolls In upon the contii/enlB, fllUng the 
harbors, lifting tho lume.s, and pour- 
ing Its floods far im the bayB and riv- 
ers. .\8 these adva/u'ps will be fully re- 
)iorted upon by the resi>ectlve deipart- 
menls, I need not entei- into partlc\i- 
lar.s. The mlMslonary reports wiU show 
that In our growth in the western cim- 
ferences it has, been thought necessary 



with slngietu'ss of eye and steadfast- year by year to seek for candidates 
ness of purpose. The wisdom of jny I for our nil'ilst''y '" G,real Britain andj 
i>rethren i-;rcouncli has been my guide, j Ireland that the needs of our oiicnlivg i 
(heir willing co-operation my strength | domain be met. This muxt lay \V\p- \ 
anrt'STftj'. Kducated at Victoria Col- | Inirden of a hoav.\- respon.slbllity uiion ' 
hge, (•ol)oi:rg, und»>r the faithful and our church leaders in that domain re- 
i;(d)le N'elle.s, having entered the min- I KfU'ding education, organization and 
l«^try of ih,- MellKTdlHt a':plscopal;liai>P.v adaptation to the want.s of a 
church in Canada in 1857, and labored | KrowinK' country.. Our Xe.wfoundland 
without regard to compensation till i '••'i"f<'''en'^«-' "^il--^" l^'*'* "'"' t)resenta its 
iJiTl, In .Albert College, Belleville— P'^ot^'enis. Rar-idly, It spems. Is it be- 
which insfUullon, it W;rdiiKs no . man 1 ^■^^">l'"< ""' '•!'«•' Ihat young men are 
tu claim, as tlierrbv preserved to the • '"■""«'•' '" ^^om- the mother landt^. 



church -elected id-sbop of the iVlei.hod 
Isc 1-^piscopal church, i)rc."3utiuibly a life 
oftUe, in 1874, to act Jointly witli 
Bishop Ulchard.4on, then fur advanced 
in years, and elected as general isup- 
erlnieudeni of the Methodist church 
upon tlie union of .MflhodLsma ililSK;t, 
land associu ted Willi lUce atid Wil- 
liams In tha.t office, having li:ol loucli 
to do witli the foundation ni .\lnvu 
C(dloge, ,st. Thonuis, in lN7i., .n..! withj 
Its subsequei^t maintenance, what iiialC 



faith and courage, undertook great 
things in the nanje_pf the Lord Jesus, 
and at least some wonderful things, 
through His Spirit, hflve been accotn- 
plished. There are among us. how- 
ever, those who bewail, and -<;ert<ilnly 
not without reason, the absence (tt 
r.-.any splrituaf manifestations that 
Characterized our religious condition 
and progress In former years. They 
say, and they say truly, the class- 
me(»tings are not- by-«ny nrenns at- 
tended as they once were; nor are 
they at alJL^o^..ti4^1y„ lilfflefttt^]^7"of 
personal religious experience In our 
membership. The prayez: meetings do 
not gather Into thelr^ ^ye.ekly exercise 
and hallowed association any consid- 
erable number of the members of our 
(Vfflclul bofljfdii, nor r6f that matter of 
the general congreg'atiph; so that It 
is likely to come to p;»8s that one sec- 
ticm of our people au^nd to out- tem- 
poralities and possibly a weaker If not 
a smaller stctlon, attend to the spirU- 
nar^fntcresta of the~"Church. They say 
that the yonriger people, becntise of 
U^aguea and sinillnr organizations, are 
Be4)aratedfrom the older people in our 

wv. »...:...... ^. .... v-.-.v. _^_. !!;''«'«"•'' '^«*'ti"K''. -^"id that hence 

God; The monuments of his power ».»;', "^ "'"^ "•>* on the onse hand the care 



ft Connexlonal leader among us in 
our colleges and educational work. The 
eminence of . W'. H. Wlthrow niuong 
scholars, and his dlstlnRu'sliod llter- 
trry-sWtitles, sanctified to the service 
of W» Ln .-d. marvt llously jyirlcHqd ,our 
iSundaysrhool pubr'catldrt'*, and 'gjve 
to the .'societies of our ^TMrnff— f>S- 
Indeed to our entire church, a variety 
and suits blenegs of reading and study, 
a. heart of patriotism anH' a soul ot 
power, whose influ'enee will be deeply 



for generatloiia to come, 

"In sorest grief, yet in thaokfutness 
and hojte. We con templare ' our recent 
l)ereavement as we bow reverently In 
ilefpest sorrrrw" at the grave of Alex- 
ander Sutherland. After the estimate 
of n>en_ where had we a mightier man 
among \i9? W'hQ ever did a nobler life 
work? His memorials are on seas and 






the earth. 

"Other nnmeR, renowned predeces- 
sors precious. In aitr memory, shine 
out upon tho hohpr roll of the flying 
years: but we may not linger. We 
can -only entwine the laini'el and press 
on , In the march. As God hath ap- 
pointed and the prophets have fore- 
told, multitudes of ardent .youth are 
an<J with hearts touched are respond- 
ing to the call of- our heavenly father 
In his love for the human race. They 
crowd college halls for safe and sound 
instruction and true doctrines in the 
things relating to Christ and our holy 
religion — and what else amid the'mul- 
1 tlform errors of earth, should their 
I education supply? This glorious 

I chlTTRftry nf the youthful c ohorts of our 
j Christian faith, our souls delight In. 
[.stronger events than the tumbling 
waH.<» of Jericho, and wider ripportunl- 
Mes than Jonah's mission are to their 
hand. -The doors of the nations are 
•pen. Earths broad expanses of sea 
jand land Ue free and limltjess before 
them. What have they to do but go 
jup and possess , for God and his 
. chut?(ih?. Purer dipct'rlne, sounder, and 
(safer Instfuctlort or more effective 
mii.)iRtratlons than our fathers, our 
young men coming on will not. can- 
not have. Through Widening fields 
the'- may come Into great'er , privilege?! 
and grander opporturiitlerf. tJut theso 
will only lay pnthem the welghtle-- 
TTbllgatlon for Increased diligence and 
vigilance and closer wjilk With (7bd. 

"•As i .consider these things I have 
but one anxiety concerning our 
.Me(hadism. li *l8 that we be saved 
from syorldllness and. spiritual sloth 
and indifference, and all their cohse- 
(luencps In. every form, shape, meas- 
01*, .«nd- dftgree; irerein. liossmKns 
our greatest i.re.seiit danger; we are 
heeoming weatthy, and may easilv. lose 
'he vigor and ten.sion of ^spiritual life 
and the voice and tone of "aggressive 
evangelism. We have, time f"r vain 
.langllng and oppositions of science 
falsely so called. It fs very easy to 
j;i!'''V"- "P <"■«• push antrnaodi' be sat- 
isfied , with our attalninent.-' and sink 
nto the lap of formalism and natufal- 
|l.«<m.nnd of worldly comfort and ease 
: .Vt s-uch times and under such condl- 
'.'L'.! n^ __ n ovcltle.«t are pleached for fh" 
t iw^H~pf t watt'-^ i o c ^r I i im -s i rf — ^fT nyve'fTTii^ 
iwrac e and n n wft lf. \lu K j unvefT' ' ■ Tlu- 
'c.ve of the church Is dimmed and her 
i'l-m Is paral.vzed. There i« „o 
Mrength in her fpnv^ ^i rttifttn. or vi c tory 
01 her nmrch. Jiiven gwd mm— arc 
■la/j-.l-d with the glitter of the'orles. 
-I ' J "o led ivlth empty speculalhui. 
.'solidity and .stern almplicUy 



vhldo hut a few years for training in 
tlie ancient , Colony, and XhvP . move | 
westward. These facts look forcefully | 
toward the need uf HtrenprtheninK our j 
general Huperltitencli-iii-y, thi' lifinr t'lj 
preserve our unity. j 

"Gratifying instances of larKc-lK'.n ( 
odness and open-han'Iednes;i! of br'-ih- 
renajid friend.s in their outlook over ; 
the churchand cpuntry clieer on andj 
i sustain the tollers. Princely donatUjn.s j 
and bi^iuests honor tlt«' name of the j 
llvlnK' and hallow the I'nemfiry of the ' 



among yuu all has oceuslou fur deeper .j,.„,j. ,K„tninK but keenest appreciation 
Matltude to God our 1-ather, and for j sincere.-ft Rratltu.le on the paft of 
kindly appreciation of the lirethrcn? 
.Surely not of conceit or .self-glorifica- 



tion. 



God, is mention made of these things; 



all .concerned is a suitable recognition! 

, of these faithful, loving "ni(Stights and | 

but to the pr.nlseuiHl honor--«f4 ^^^-3^-',^,, ^„ri,„. ^^^ tbe men whose! 

" bounties uphold and enlarge our Instl- | 



fspeclally shall I .say of ra.v_ labors and jtutlons, so long as it is not done at 

' " '" ' '" ' '" " the Hacrlllce of the church's honor and' 

with tlw .1«,op«irdy of her highest intei-- 
e8t.s. It Is tr.jtiy_JLj)iiy that any reflec- 
tion -or^ consideration sliould mar so 
Inspiring a scene. Yet danger lurks 
even here. The masses of men easUy 



experiences li» Albert College from 
1857 to 11874; Our salaries lor years 
In no case exceeded $S00 per annutn 
with residence. • 

The quadrennlum just clos in g has 
been one of remarkable activity In 



sevfcrul directions in our Zion. Our io.se self-reliance, and sag and sink in- 
last General Conference. Trron'ipted by' 



and nurture by the maturity of ex 
perlence which are -Indispensable to 
spiritual growth and power.' nor on 
the other hand, are our religious ser^ 
vices, quickened by the vivacity and 
cheer of youth. 

While too much 6f this is true, and 
iip^vtls complained of are to be cor- 
rected and , averted as best we may 
be able. - it is also true that in some 
respects undoubted advances and Im- 



felt and Jts harvests richly garnered -^'■",;^»f'5*'°^» j'«*«}'«'<^" made upon the 

methods and achievements of earlier 
days. Though perisonal religious ex^ 
perlence may not be what it was, or 
Siactly ot'the kind or degree It was In 
many cases, tlwj, church as. a whole 
has certainly grappled with thi* ihis- 
Bl7)nary problems of the world as it did 
not a generation ago. it Ms also' 
thrown Itself more earnestly and de- 



Ida ins and mountains t,o the ends af-| cidedly Into the struggles "for moral 

nnd social reform. .Possibly In this 
there is more-of'Tnan. more of social 



ordeiv_more of the„klngdom of heaven 
on earth, and. less of the Individual, 
I'ess of personal experience, and It 
maj;; be less, of a technical Snd even 
a Biblical theology. This la precisely 
a case where the one we otight rb do- 
and not leave the other undone. To 
succeed In this realm .we must Com- 
bine the mightiest pemonal and splrit- 
»al dynatriic with the broadest Inter- 
pfit, fralernity and philanthropy. • We 
must be both himian and In a swise 
divine. We must be like. Christ in 
both nature and spirit, and with His 
eagerness and tenacity of consecration 
to HIS work, lay hold on both woilds 



It were ten thothmmd- 



ple or any. considerable number of 
them, giving themselves to .social 
pleasures, to; the sport.s of the tlmfv or 
worldly ariiiisement. should narrow or 
darken their spiritual vision anci-lose 
the Immense opportunity. Joy and re- 
ward df philanthropic Christian ser- 
vice. It surely Is not neceissarv that 
because we are strong in evangelism 
and persona! experience because we 
have a broad vision and a prr.fouhd 
sympathy with men of airclasses and 
conditions; In genuine Christian life 
arid experience these must co-exlst. 
We have great and constant need of 
the prayer': "Rid tne and deliver nie 
from the hand of strange children, 
whose mouth speaketh vanltv, and 
their right hand Is a right hand of 
falsehood: that our sons mav he as 
plants grown. up In thi?lr "ymith^ that 
our daughters mn.v be 
stones, pollshed_af; 
of Ta" palace.** 

"Attendant lipAn the growth, of the 
,chun>h and the multiplication, en- 
iargenrient and Injnrovement of oilr In- 
stitutions has been the remarkable in- 
crease pf the- libera lltv: of our -people 
In .their financial cohtrlhutlona to the 
maintenance of the work. On the oho 
shlc as an effect of the blessed opera- 
tion of divine grace -upon the heart ntid 
in the movements of the rhiirch. and 
on. the other side as both «. cau-se and 
"<'fn:?J.9JJi_Qf.J.hr-rhurch;s progress, tlil.s 



I'o shameTurcfinTenTlerrre, 

"It seems at times necessary to re- 
call the words of John Wesle.v, the 
originating sjjlrit of our Methodism, 
that we- ar-ei.. to beware lest we make 
rich rrien a necessity to us and. in a 
Avay ta fiur ecclesiastical movement*. 
The money power Is a treniendoua 
power, and even In the hands of well- 
meaning men It may be misdirected. 
There la nr possibility that such men 
count their money as their own, and 
in a way almost unconsciously to them- 
selves become, self-opinionated and- 
self-wlUed. There is an Instdlousness 
and a deceltfulness In" this sin as weir 
{IS in any other.-.\tore than once in 
the history of the church this money 
power has checked Its progress and 
Involved it In shame and at least tem- 
porarj' defeat. And It 1«. defeat In any 
way to becloud or color the light that 
should shine clear and-«tPong from 
the pulpit. It Is, positively sad defeat 
to turn the edge or darken th? gleam 
of the Sword of the Spirit, which Is 
the Word of God. "We pay.for„ll._and 
we will have it," Is no argument here. 
Rich men mitst he listened to like other 
men In the Church of God. However 
desirable their counsel and their aid, 
they must, ceteris paribus, be taken 
as the counsel and the aid of other 
men. Their decisions and measures 
must be Judged by the standards that 
determine the merit of the decisions 
and' measures of poorer men in -the 
House of th* liord. But when a church 
In which there arc men of wealt,h 
\youId arrange for Its pulpit on plans 
that would seriously Jar or lUterly 
dislocate the Connexlonal orders, on 
plans and relations utterly unattain- 
able bv poorer churches, and Injurious 
to thVm and the church at large, the 
wealth of s uch a church.- exapts too ; 
high a toll, demanas a cWiStderatlon 
which no annual conference, no sta- 
tlonl-mrTommtttee, no quarterly offlclaL 
board rtor trust board or other church 
authority— h«*u^a4i>:i-Eiglit;:jnr.Tower to 
pieet or to pa.v. All rlkht discipline and 
chur^h order must repudiate such 
tran-sacltlons. All church officers .ind 
authorities In the nature of thing.* 
must dls(*ount«nance and disallow 
them. Suppose wealthy churches pro- 
ceed to bring In chosen ministers, not 
of our thOirch, from abroad and by In- 
fluence with church authorities estab- 
lish them In their pulpits; Is that de- 
sirable? it It honorable In all parties 
concerned? What Is the end thereof? 
Suppose' 'a wealthy church places even 
temporarily In -Its pulpit a minister 
who is under the consureof our .^ccle- 
slastlcal courts and who is at the same 
time attacking our church In the cJvil 
courts. Is that creditable to finy of the 
parties -entfcifeed therein? If we expect 
business men or mrny of our laymen 
to care for 'such ■. things we expect tfio 
much. Such things arc the special 
charge of the mlnlst^rsi,, of Christ. 




THE COMING OF 
SIR WILFRID LAIRIER 



, ^ . t :7.T ^ , nM^h ile~:the tyranny nf dress df)cs not hold sway to .my 
great c.xicni over the male clonu'iii of \'ict.>ria, vet the eti- 
quette of .dresLs, H^J-Ajf'-.i- neatiiess-antl-taste arc concerned i> 
well rcprcsciitOfl liy the men ..I mut city. — — 



lie e( imnii 



i.i: iti Sir Wilind .suggests that wc' l')ring to no- 
iice luir ti.iiri vailed 4*^PJ^>' £! '•'^i^^'^ needed liy good dressers 

for the rcrrptioir"rli)s\veek : '""' ■ ' ■ 



Driess Suits, Tuxedos, Dress Vests^ 
in White and the Neat, New Grey 
Stripes, Dress Shirts and Neck- 
wear, Dress Gloves, Dress=JSox, 
Silk Hats, Et c. . . . . . . . 






!iyJlLle_e^nctbi ng, te,M is:4h€Vflry " Ta mest, re p-:- 

resenting riot only the newest but the most correct s tvJe. Vet 
our , prices are, excee^ttgh- modest. l%e gpOjds.^areuaJl-pric^d 
properly for discerniifg purchasers." ^ 




A LARGE CONSIGNMENT OF AUTUMN SUITS AND 
FALL HATS JUST TO HAND. INSPECTION . " . 
•QLigiTED.. 



W. & J. WILSON 

. MEN!S FURNISHERS, 
laax Ooveramant Sfa-, and Trouaoe Av. 




Advertising Is to business what 
steam Is to machinery." 



G. W. Newton 



A dvertiaerrienis Written an d Placed for 
AllLinea of Bueineaa 



Office' with Angus CampWefl ft Co., 
Limited. ' 

INione 181. Uesldence 1623. 





^J^^fff^t WTfeXher" tTTe.«re are matters W Icgls- 



inti 



Subscribe for The Colonist 



rf^ttsmn fol grktitude to 5od, and for 
Commenda''ilon of the benefactors. 
Remarkable Movemsnts 

-Thtr-fmtT jT'nrs-Ju.sl "closing have 

been characterized by sevipral remark- 

nble movernenl-s and activities In our 

,,,,„ ,,,„„,„.,., ^■'^"'■'-'^^ '"'''• The LaymcnlA Missiondr.v 

the truth have n., charm.-j fur th» If" '""''"""'"*■ ^'^'' ^**"'^'^**^'* '^''"''* ^""^■**- 
■ Jcicated understjinding Tlio fen i'"''"''"^'' ''xpaivslon and •Increased In- 
Oem-y. current and force in the aul, ii '' '^■"''"•^' "^ ■>t'^'' Student' Volunteer 

ual life or our humahlt.v. left to itsetr '" ""* " " '— 

l.s ever downward and not U|.m:id, us 
N'Hne do \:ilnlj.- and erroncoujly leach 
They build up ccuijecture, asMUmptloii 
and human art and device to (nfr ul- 
I'r undoing., This l.<i. h'-at heni.-ni : 
^rid' this rrlnne In the ClvfisH.-ni 
Uihllral ethiU'lotfy ex; 1. r 

ts.ii f>f ■ .the luitioii,'- 

"At my, time of lid' 11 1,,:., 
^MioiTFn be said, after the oiaii!. 
• ni'ij, that such oMlbUie.i'i flons di 
naturally concern me. Posslbl.v. how 
ever, krrowledge wMeny and interest 
deepensuvl'.h the ;>aH*m< ye«j-fli. 'rirlnk- 
llig for a moment of iny.self. my. in- 
-pilry tod,ay \n: Who; Is thOTe iJn our 



l«tioh^thls coriference can determine 

"It Is our (^uty as iUso odr pleasure 
to gather- In the rlt?h as well as. the 
poor. It Is no crime or , sin .to' be rich 
unless we make sin or folly of It. Our 
Ijord Himself dealt fuvornbly with all. 
Fiut,He foresaw these and like dangers 
to the mighty cause He was establish- 
ing, which was to take deep root and 
spread among all nations add over the 
whole earth. 

, Res|ioncibility 
"The general sui.erlut.endent Is whol- 
ly responsible to the general confer- 
e'nce for hts administrative acts. Infer- 
entlally,a't least, he l.«! alsd tu-countable 
to the general conference for any. and 
all acts that seriously effect the church 
Iri any of her Importqint interests. There 
has occurred during., the fiuardennlrtni 
now closing an Inoldeirt that n^ny be- 
lohg to the latter category. One of our 
M>^aiiWast^ «.hur.tihea— wished- to, Inv^ie-, 
to Its pastorate and pulpit a minister 
from abroad "whp .w^s not a member 
of any of our annual conferences or 
of our-chu rch. _ By an arrangetnent 
with the sfaTT'jnTng". committee of, the | 
conference, which placed n kiiid ami ; 
loving brother at least nominally in ! 
charge, the wish >*as"' gratmetl and the i 
pulpit was -divert to the inlnlstet: from ! 
abroad, who whs not a member of oiir j 
church; nor did he diirthg his term of 
service of thl*ee,or four years there be- 
coine a menrtrer. With this transaction 

stnrnr1ifre-ftTTrfy-^-i^7rrrs'^TO^ 
* • - etrphne. had no special call to concern-' 



as corner- 



nils 

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m t 



movement, the compacter organization 
' ■ •' Sunday .Schools for 'nU.^Bloti 
1 the co-operatlon of the. Wo- 
rn m. > .dis.alonary .Society therelit., the 
widening of ttie scope of our moral re- 
foi-m onteti)rlseH. their gratifying .Suc- 
re sh ;ini| the efflciency of thf^lr n<'tlve 
s<>c rei.ulHte, t-be appfVlnlment of ad- 
ditional force for Sunriny s('hoolsc and 
I'lpworth- leagues In f ' ' : : .' 

,ind aggressive agei, 
ten.tlon of the field, :iii(i 
of the operations of our 
superintendents, alt indi > 
Ing' of a- mighty tide 
purpose as cnncji'fTnlng il 



pug orj^JorPENSeN 



My face is a guarantee in this 
countVy as well as all over the world, 
for the best quality at a popular 
price, and I uphold the independence 
of the dealer as well as the smoker. 

When you do not find any goods 
l?earing the trade mark of my face 
in a tobacconist's, rcniember that it 
is a "combination or tied" shop. 

A trial to-day will convince you 
that my BLACK CAT Virginia 
Cigarettes are better than any other 
Virginia Cigarettes on the market at 
any price. 





MILD" 



VIRGINIA CIGARETTES 

10 for 10 Cent* . 

All free and independent tobacconists stock arid sell Black Cat 
Virginia Cigarettes. "Mild" of "Medium," 10 for 10 cents. 



THE TElT — 

Tsk« sny VJrelnIa Cigarette, at any price, and light Jt, atVifi* 
tarrie time lighting a "BLACK CAT." g^moke from each alter- 
nately and pass' the amoke through the nose. You will Immedi- 
ately detect the difference. ', 



CARRERAS & M ARC! ANUS CIGARETTES, LIMIT EDi MONTRMAL, 



•111 I r.ijriDi'ni 
missionary 



■ta iiiisii- 



ment of the Kingdom of .Ooil in the 



himself^ though he had hoped and ex- 
ptessed (he dPS''** such a cnSe would 
never ataln occur Mn our "Methodism: 
especially for this reason, that If one 
rich and powerful . church coiild tidopt 
thpt coiTrse find Obtain the men of i 
their desire-, why not anothlpr? And why '' 
n"t nil. that .could afford It? Then! 
what of otir Itlniprant .system? And : 
what of the fights »n<\ precious Inter- 
ests Of our own borne ministers? j 
Conferonpa Arose 

•All Ibis, Iiowever. might jhnvc lie. n j 
overlooked, anil the a rfalr,_Ju>.we\ IT nn 
pleasnnt, ha^"T'-pftssed off (luletlj. inu i 
for some Bla'teiTients_,in{ntcn')y tTie~tm,n- } 
Ister fi'.o.m,..ji.bvoHd svhlrh ('•■' -'^•■. ■■'! ■ 
Hupe'i'lntefxi'ent d'ej-med li ! 
,'hnllen,';e. Controversy foi;.., .,1, :;,] 
(|l.«liirban<'e and-unfest In tlo- rhiiirh. ! 

will' ■ ■'■■■ — '"• ' ''tt yet sub- 

sld' ■ he case are 

"V II.- iM-i..i< 1,1, r Ki'ii^ral fon- 

do-.not. think It necessary 

iM .|. ii i-iither ■••i'|^ it now; r\i-rpf 

(Cd^itlni;-^ I I 'age 7. > 



a w»v »CT Mi i wMwiMi a >A^A «nwnwn';'T»TTiaaCT»i»^i 



% 



Modern Methods ^^ r% . ; ■* 



and p.'i InflLlklnn: cir" in ''"anlng 

Wnil 1 ■';; ;.',,■ r ■ -, ■ i ■ glvo 

, oiu ■ '. l.l;o preforf-: ■ ,. Oi<> 

mc., . . 10 In their fl : < 

' Costs no morec ' ,'4"'sTiTIlful 
work. l)ut uh.tt il uiifftCfinca .In re- 
sults! 



We'll ra'i '" 'uul deliver your 
orders If y • >■■ the word. 




^ ISifc^AVf^. 



.■W-»^,rf4. t" 



V!CTORI.\ STEAM DVIi WORKS 



844 Fort St. 



Ph.VT* 717 

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Tue«d*y, August 16, 1919 



VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



■sr 



The New Glove!^ for Au- 
tumn Arc Here 

Dent's and Fowne's Motor and Street Gloves for early fall 
wear, all the correct sliadcs and- styles. The assoTtment 
will please you. Prices from, jier pair, $1.25 to . __.^6.00 
""^"LADIES' GLOVES 

Wc specialize in Ladies' Gloves.' AH the best makes, viz., 
Dent's, Fowne's' and i 'crrin's, in flrivinp^ f^loves and for street 

wear. '\ — ^:^ t"' : 

WE GUARANTEE EVERY PAIR OF. GLOVES WE 

SELL 



T. B. CUTHBERTSON & CO., Ud. 

F. A. Gowen, Managing Director 1 1 14 XJovernmeht Street 



NEW ERA IN THE 




1 




Water Wings 1 25c 



Don't mi^- LT- 11111- a i'an- I'l Wuicr Wings here at 25c 
per pair this wcid<. Thcrv'^ a In-aj) <■! in>trucli(Mi in ilieni in the 

ART OF LEARNING TO SWIM 

Resides sutrh t:2tpi^al- tun u>x .yuur^t^ii. aiTd...th.C_kid<lies. 
I'unie in today andi^kcLlL E^i'^j'^^-^lVl^ the water is nice and 
warm for bathing in sea or lake. " , 



CYRUS H^OWES, CHEMIST 

IJ28 Goxcrnjiient Str(;,ct 



i els. .425 and 450 



Ask Any Man Who Owns a 

McLauAIin Buick 



. Vuto, and yoti will find liisaijswer will be that it is the 
best car oti the n^irket fbr all-roiind purposes. 

Tlurc are thousands of- satisfied purchasers 
I h r( .ti.^^hout the world who ace Unanimous in their , 

(Htini'in. ■ ' ■ - ■ '• ' ■■'•'■ . ' ' • ■* 

McLaughlin Buick sales are more than double that 
(vf their nearest competitor. This -is proof positive, of 
their, superipritv; 



Western Motor and Supply Co., Ltd. 

Phone 695. , , Btoad Street. ■ 



iSim 



. ■ ■ ■ / 

Corner/Stone of Local Asso- 
ciat/((ii's $100,000 .Home, 
Corner View and Blanchard 

Streets, Will Be. Laid Today 

-vi. . ' ^ ' 

Tli>' rorncr stone q£ the new $100,000 
V M C A. lunne. Ulanuhard and Ytow 
atreets, will be luUiqil.'* alternuoii. at 
r,.lD o'clock by Hun. llicliant Mvtirule, 
Premier ol' British Columbia. An ap- 
l.roiniutoly impressive ceremony ^^•lll 
mark the occasion. 

VVo.tds of welcome to those nsssembl- 
^-d aniong those Invited beii>« the city 
ministers, niembers of parliament, rep- 
rvsentati^;e.s df the city council, school 
trustees, military authorities, -board of , 
ITutJe.- Canadian CUili, ixsvelupment ! 
League, the United States consul and! 
the Press. ~on~Trieniiiirt of H. H. Me- 
.Vlicking. presid. ii: ■ the assoctat'k.nr 
who will uccup.x >: iialr, will open 
the- proceedings. Ua\.iL:Jiia_-.audience. 
led l.xy Mr_J._G. Hi-own. will, «lng- 
"Itock of Ages.;'- 

In th e - Invocation "f I'le divi.-' 
blesslns tile Lord Bishop of Columbia 
will lead, after which the Ker. Dr. 
Campbell will read the scripture lea- 
son. At 5.30 RfcV. P.r. CjArraaiv,^eneral 
yuperlntendeni ' of Uie . Methodist 
. huroh. will bring "greetings froin_th.ei 
generai conferences." At &.35 Mr. O. O 
Mlchener, t'hairmaiL3UL_,the building 
cuinhjittee, will Bpeak on "The oppor- 
tunity of the Young Men's Christian 
Association." At 5.45 the Hon. Blch- 
ard- MeBri<t«\ premier of Brit ish Co- 
lumbia, will "address "The asae.ml1.led7 
iMil^itude, and perform the brief but 
irrpres'sive ceremony of laying the 
corner— tone with a sil.ver trowel suit- 
ably engraved for the occasion. The 
.singing of "How Firm a Foundatlori". 
and the Benediction wiU clofe the ex- 
6rcIBe& at 6 O'ctocic li;-. ~' 

One of the riiost important of the-f 
documents which will be placed in the 
.'imivU copper tiffir^'htclT^wttt repose- 4n" 
the corner stone will be a brief his 
tory of the Y. M. . <?♦ A»^*na3Ltmgl't,Ja- 

Victoria. ' ■ ■ " .l^„_ ..; ;._■ 

AssociatWit** Hlstfir/' 

A copy of this follows: - 

In the Bummer of 1884 Mt,' |2. 0. 
Frost .general secretary of the Y. M. 
C. A. in Portland, Oregon, and having 
tjeneral oversigliit of the Pacific North- 
west field, visited Victoria In the 
Ijxjpe of establishing a branch. He In- 
terviewed the Right Rev. Bishop ^Illla,i 
Lord Bishop of Columbia, Major Hall, 1 
No'ah Shakespeare, Joljn Xessop' antl ^ 
David Spencer, and. they agriicd there j 
was an open field for work among 
young men In the city. i 

As a result of Hr. FroSfs -^It; 
Wf^ilter Walker and John Mestcsn were 
appointed dehgatea tp the first geii- j 
efal convention of. -tlje Yoimg Men's i 
Christian jVpsocialion Q| the West to ; 
he held in Portland and reprcsentlnK 
-Oregon^ WalitvYVaBiiliiglon and British , 
Cohiiiibia. " } 

Following, the, convention Mt. QljjTkoJ 
DaTls, geneml— gerfetary oX the^Y. ? M. 1 
C. A., of Seattle, was requested tp or- * 
ganize Victoria. On November 10, 
^lif48r.tn the rooms t>f the^. -W. corner 
of Qovernment &na Bastion the Vtc- 
tcria. branch df the Young Aien'si 
Christian Association was organized 
and- conimehcqU. Mr. J. J. Daley _was 
<;^alled as th e first general secretary. 




Notwithstanding the gigantic strike amongst N ew York 



t tailors, the diplomacy we use in butting e arl g has stood us 
in jjoodsteadf and we find o urselves being first j as usual, 
in di splogingthe pr oducts o f the World's greatest designers 
of ladies' handsome costumesn - r::"':^:;_^___^.., , 



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Tp/je first new effects in finely tailored suits will nppen 



SYLVESTER'S PASTRY FLOUR 

is the ]w.stry flour if you want irpod cakes. Try a sack and keep your 
huj-band In good hrirhor, Per sack ...... •. .-. . ... .*. ...^1.65 

SYLVESTER FEED CO., 709 Yate8St..Tei.4!3 



ti 



TAKE A BOTTLE OF 

CORBY'S — 

SPECIAL SELECTED" RYE WHISKY 



ON YOUR 
I ISIIIXO T1^I1> 

It wards off chills and a 
little drop just before turning in 
rounds off the pleasure of 
a day among-"-th:©-speckled 
bcatities."' ^ 

Pure to the highest degree 
- aged for years in charred 
oak cask.s- Corby's " Special 
Selected " has. a distinct- 
ively rich mellow flavor 
rivallod 1)y few- and those £i*.^^^^t3fr^ 
only the naos.t costly 
brands- 



A 



"s"^ 



^ 



.rs\ 



The flret board 'of \ directors were: 
J, B^ Ferguson, preRident; W. Walker, j 
tr(?fis&rer- J. Hastle. record4ng_JsecrJ»- .) 
tary; H. Barker, T, Haughtpn, D, Me- 
Phoden, JJ. W. Pearce, R A.' Harrison. 
A B. B.Fiskine, KT A. Oreen, J^, L 
Beck with, A. Flett. J. H. Baker, Bren- 
gan, A. J. Clyde, George ' Carter and 
John ITullerton. . - 

The officers of the Indies' Auxiliary 
wertr: Mrs. Pearce, resident; Mrs. 
Crldige, vice-president; Mrs. Green, 
treasurer; Mrs. D. Fraser, secretary. 

In April, 1S86, George Carter left the 

board _to become general secretary of 

■TS^Battiiv — ^ - . • '- ■■ ■ ■ ■ - - . . ■■ • 

September 15,' 18S6, the association 
removed , to better quarters in 
SpehceFs Arcade, Broad street, whe^' 
Mr. Noah ShAkespeare became . presi- 
dent. 

In November. 1888, Hoc.- J'lhn Rob- 1 
son. premier of British Columbi a, who 
always took a keen interest in younj; 
men, assumed the presidency, and !•'. 
W. Teagiie Was Called to the general 
.6ecrfetarjT*hip.' 

On March the 6th, 1890, another 
move was niade to more Adequate 
quarters to the Greeii-Worlock block, 
comer of Trounoe avenue and. Broad 
street. Where the work was carried 
on with varying success for twenty 
years. ■ • . 

In this ye^^r, 1890, the assocfatton 
was duly incorporated, and took Its 
place as a leading popular institution 
in the city. The directors at incorpor^ 
ation were Hon. John- ftpbson, pr^wi- 
dont; Robert Krskine, vice-president; 
H. G. Wateraon. -'trcaaurer^ W. "S. 
Hajnpson, recording secretary; J, E. 
Crone, J. L. Beckwlth, M. E. Cleve- 
land, W^ H. BoMe, J, H, Baker, A. L, 

crson 

The general secretoxles of the^ssb- 
clatlon have been- aP follows: 1881. 

• J. D aley commenced tho work-till 




those wh^_jcare for the distinctiveness of earlg fall attire. 
The mannish -cloths are to be_ more popular than ever, as 
is also the militarv cut and militarg braid trimmings; the 

I ■■■Mi^pMj^ iw M I '■■! i..i.i — -' -— ^ , ■ ' ._ * ;*_;,' ■ 

lattef being verg stron glg evide nced. 

The most favoured are the Demi -Tailored Suits showing 
the short jacket and narrow skirt . 

Materials that are r eceiving the most favour are th e 
Rough Weaves. Ma ng fan cg w oven cheviots and a dapta t- 
ioTts from Scotch effects are favoured in New York and . 
European Cities, Matt Weavesare among the novelties^ 
Serdesoieourse a re receiv ing popular itg, while Broadcloths ^ 
are losing none of their favour, • ^ 

The colour ques tion varies verg l ittle from last fall. 

^ ' I ■iiy.i .n i ■■■ ' '■ iii.i ■■■ - .■ i ll* . — I .11 - F- ^■- ' ■'■■■11. ■ - 

There's a verg deligh tful new shade known as Aeroplane 

Green which is distinctlg charming. Linings have received 






mor e dffention than heretofore; Skinner^jsatin being abundz 

antlg used, jcnd the range of colours more va ried . 



SOLD BY ALL FIR^T CLASS 
HOTELS, CAFES k 
LIQtJOR 

STORES. 



''^^'4 



:v^ 



dfi 



,i,iiv! j.jStSI , 

i'-jfaM-^- 



H. Corby Distillery Co., limited. 



"0»r*y's " of CorhrvUle lor over halt-a-cfinUiry. 



Head Offica': Montr«aL 




T^'e" '^TriTPrt«l lUpMidy la? MUit? . of. tlM 

■Stonwrli. llrailanhf, Heartburn, Iniiig'stma,' 
(3( or ^ £.-ucl&tioa«, ;;■ liiiioiu 1 AiCcctioiA.'' 




•fh'' rnT"i'''»n%' 

Care fur Oimt, 

Khrarnriiin U «t 

uiil (jtarei. 

,P»ffBt and nin«t 

OrTitlp Mriiicinf fat 

inf,MitR, Chiidrfn*"-' 

DcUcatp FcraaUi, 

*Erl the 

fcakaciB of I'rrgnnr.ry. 



office six nnJnths. ^Then John Clark 
vend John Jesaop occupied , till 1888, 
When i'\ W.. Teague was called. Whii 
Jepsop Itttd general secrftarfy'oT Wash- 
ington, p.' C, now of Ifidla, was "aa- 
fiistant secretary. In August, WHS, H. 
P. JOison hecitme secretary, ./oUowed 

■.ljX-..^.^J^>-Jailmsluu4..4liey..Jiest^,...^'ea 
■^hen —Mr, Teague l-eturned for a few 
months, and iii a ^ime of linkncial 
stringency the aSBe»(viatlon -tempornTlly 
lapsed. It Vas re'^a-vedTSj-'a iiiinij<er 
of young, mcrn, wjiu . carried tlie work 
along for two y/ars wltTiqut a seo're- 
vte.r^'-4B«<jh to-.thelr credit. The l^ad- 
ern were, J. A. Mcintosh. Wm. WUsohi 
Hnthfr vVll.'Jon. \V. .s. T>Tr> . I'. I );ivey 
and. II. Roper. 

. In .Septfmber, lS9t, Mr. Geo. Carter 
•iMis ciUbid from .Seattle Y. M. C 
where he hhd sp_e.nt ' ten 6Ucco.«ih 
'years as gcnernl • secretary. IMr 



had bieen in the ministry for, nine 
years, and served as secretary of the 
Y. M.-C. A. wh'hXIanadian troops dur- 
ing "the Boer .ward, 'was called in 
.August. 1006, and lis the present gen- 
eral secretary. - :• . - . 
" VThe following men htivi.tlC^ri pnfeal- 
dentsof the association: J. B, Fer- 
guson, N. Shakcsiptare. Pfon. J. Rob- 
son, T. M. Henderson, Dr. Lewis Hail. 
W^ n. Boric. A. C. Fl umerf elt, Dr. i:.. 

mit^^ Wm i M i, f »n ■ TTr fq^JlP»71.*«~«u>.».,ir.»w.ni»a ^i ,,>.M»i«ji,«iMi — <a^ •A«'b~'.— •»'.*""«»i-" 

Hall, It. \V. Clar~7o1rn NeTson, S. 

.Johns, Horace Knott, A...W. McCurdy, 

anil R.B. McMlcklng. 

Aft*r much •- planning prayer and 

1887; w^uJi il, J.- Van Aukeri was in-ftalking of a new building,- for marjy 



feet t*s 



Qoil-olntlieJ 



years, 190'.) saw the organization and 
completion of a mod'ern' AVhiriwind 
Campaign, ' and in April . in fourteen 
days the stun of JIOO,360 was raised. 
One himdred. buHluess men and ^ one 
hundred, youpg^ men "and fifty ladies, 
in.^teania^aL-icn,,iiccqtnpiiPbeU .the.tre: 
mendbus task. .Mr. , C. W. Wilco.v, 
Btato secretfiry of WiftsTrmg'ton, led the 
campaign In a conspicuously succeaw- 
tul -majiinor. ' There Svere 1,800 Bub- 
scHbers. . ■[ ' 

' The directory, who saw this big pro- 
position through were:-R. B. MciVl/ick- 
Ing, president; R.. L. Drury, Vlce- 
jiresldent; JE.. W. Whittington, record- 
ing 8ecretarj-T~W'ni. Scowcroft, tfesis- 
UFcr; Dr. S. G. Cletnerice, W.B. f^lsh-- 
er, .W. E. Staneland, R. C. Horn,'C-a4*tv 

. A^iix-'McIntosh.' A. T. I'!raniI>.ton,4,P, D. 

SHful 1 1 nils, Dr. H. J. Wasson, C. A. Fields, 
■ E. E. Woottoo and Dr. "\Vm7-Rt1s5Ettr 



MAGNESIA 



Advertise in The Daily Colonist 



carter remaiiT' 

tniplnf^.'ip. Hf 



ir and went 

ilCCCfrtod 1)\ I 

year:- iio pan 

ocinflf! ■■iiffrrr 



and ^v;i: 
whf'ii 11 



il.inii 



■ anii'.cO. and .JL J-,ii 

li. I PT'tK^rril. r?cci'ctar.\ 

la liMiS i\I' 
oral ficcrcM 

coll. who '^''''*" assi.st ;iu4, >)e- 

Carne' genpral secret.Ti.. lion. Mr. 

Flslicr entered busfnesB. In 1906 Mr. 
Xncthcott-'r-went to the Sr>iini,'fif>lti 
I raining School, and A. J 1 , who 



.1 Brace, general secretary;: JrVl._GI:... 
i ! 1 y , physlcii 1" -director; -^.- -,"M:, 
,boyB secretory. ' . 

ilio end of the year Dr,'S. Q. 
W. B. Fi.sher, A. T, FraVrip- 
U., C,.-Hor4i- letired. and the 
ins were elected: lion'Ko II. 
■asMW-VT'-'Tr." Eraser, ■ .\, V y\<-- 
irrvn- j .\rill nniV^ Mitchell 

-rth- I The l,.(t. ixlUary . 1 ' 

anwar<lH''^ie furnishing fum 1 . :^. 

W. A.GleaSon. president; Mi: 1 I.. 

JCBSOP. Secrcl:.' . .Mi:-. .\, .1, i'l 

treasurer. 

The ;. .iir -.pifct; busily spent in col- 




^ 



CigaTcttes 



The dclic.iou.s flavor and plcasmg 
aroma of Tuckett's "Club" Cigarettes 
have " placed them in a class, by; 
themselves as regardi? .satisfying 
qualities and trup merits. 

Only the purest and finest- tobacco,, 
of most,superior\growi;Ji, ,is used in,^ 
these, cigare4tc«, and so blended as tti 
givt perfect satisfaction and delight to 
the most fastidious' .smoker. 

Not an ordinary cigarette by any 
means' . --.-'---'-.-, 



ettes 



TTrr- 



"rrrrrrry, 



liii ii lliiiiii 



■-Sk(^tu> secured the contract 
> 1- -I' ' '■ ■■■ r-^-r-r- ... -1;^, ,1 J70.884. The Colhert 

' , urcd the , heating and 

"^ovI^U " '■ ;' , ,, , I he property, a double lot 

.Mr.^ H. S. , Griffith was t^tl^eted j J -">^^-». "-"t- ^'•as purchased for $15,200 

.rchltect as a result of six In compe- cnsh. and an IndefeaHible title secured. 

iitji.n. ' ■ 'ilii .inior at"nc \\&n Iftld by Hon. 



R. McBrlde, Premier of "Brlti«li <' 
lu^jibla, August 16, 1910. 

The buildinK committee ai ( 

Michen«f;..::£l}AiL'^!«"' V-"'i^- Dryi-y.. W . 
A. GIejv»on, K. \V. TnVitttngt<-'n, P, D. 
nulla. R. B. McMlckinf and A. J. 



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VICTOBIA DAILY COLONIST 



Tu«*d^, August 16, 1910 




NOTICE. 



The public of Brliish Columbia and 
visitors are cordially. Invited to meet th« 
IllKht Honorable Sir Wilfrid _ Luurler, 
G. C. M. a., P. C, FrtiiJiier of Canada, 
at tt public reception to, ba-tfindet;ed liy 
the iiromler and rni'uibciH of tlie exoi'u- 
tlye council of the gavcrnmcnt of. Ur*t- 
Isli Colbrtilila. In llir Pailiamont ]!uH;l- 
Ings, XiiMniia. i.n W'ciln. ;s.la.v, llic Vrth 
■ Instaiu at ;i ii. m, 

HIJN'KY i;SSi>_N- '.(M ■.%■(-,. 

.L'ruxincia 1 Sc i . lai'.\ . 



T 



PXTBLIC 



Th.' 



BECEPTION TO SIB 
...raiB I,AUBJ£B. 

I'rn\iiulal S.MM.Iarv wisl". 



WII.- 



h 



a. 1 SI. 



tl.al 



l,a\.. 1. 
live <.'>' 
t'-nd.-.I 
II n \ \' 



11 issued to those Included In 
:i .! Office List, It is not In- 

■ uK-an tha^ the reception is In 

limited; The Premier arid 

of the Eaceeuttve Gounotl. wigh 



that the publlp at ~l6r(f«y _<»• ftlready In- 
t imated,~¥h6uld accept -th.ie.-.JlSvl*»t.l6n as 

published In newsp apora. 



Hbc Colonist 



The Colonist Prlntlngr a^ifl PubU»liliig' 

Company, LlniUod IitabiUty. 

1211-1215 Broad St., Victoria. B. C. 



J. S. H. Matson. 



The Dailv Colonist 



THE CONFERENCE 

We liavc iircn ii-slied to print tlie- 
subjoined lULKle Xioni the Toronto 
Globe, and today has been designated 
as the time when it ouglit to uppear. 
^ffer'^^^Mie^T&eirenrt- observ-atltms^ atp<«^- 
the Importance- of the study of the 
history of the ChurcK, meanlngUhefe- 
by the whole Church of Christ, the 

Globe Biyfl ~ 

In Canada quite the most consplciu 
--0U8 ecclesiastical event of the year] 
will be tlie General Conference of thiB 
Methodist church, which meets In Vic- 
toria, British Coluni»)ia, this month. 
Many delegates are already ou the 
wtiy. The majority of the Ontario 
delegates leave today. -The opening 
sermon win be preached on 3unda>', 
and on Monday the Conference .wllf 
be const itujLod for business. S'hc work 
of the past four years in "all depart- 
mtnts-of the church's activity will bo 



Delivered by carrier at 60 cents'per 
month, if paid in adyance; 60 cents per 
month if - paid after the lOth of each 
month. Miaiied. postpaid, to any part" 
of Canada, except "tne city orlsuBuriian 
districts, which ave covered by our car- 
riers, or the United Kingdom at the 
lol lowing rates: 

One Year .....* »S.OO 

. -Six.. Months .'. . . .-... 2.50 

Three Months l.-'5 

tondou Office, SO - 93 Fleet Street. 



Tuesdjiyj August 16, 1910 



THE RECEPTION 

Special uttentiun is directed to the 
notice appearing immediately aboye 
thlis article. An^ Impression has gone 
abroad that, because invitatlpns have 
been issued to. certain officials named 
. j|l» what is . known ^ ap the Colonial 

.'Oiftice U«t, which \is made w -in inm-- 
flon, the attendance at the recep- 
tion and the presentations w(H be 
copflned to persoiis, receiving; cards, 
•tut such Isrfiot the case. These Invita- 

; Jtio na _ axe_ Hurelj^^ for malland official. 
and confer ijo precedence or special 
privileges v'pon the persons receiving 
them. Every citizen or .vl8H<M' -to the 
city, and all people in whatever paft 
,«£ the province t|hey ma.y reside are 
ihchided In- the general public irivlta- 
tlon7 ami will, if they so wish, be pre<r 
sentcd to Sfr Wilfrid LaurJe'r. Abso- 
lutely no distinction will be made, an<i 
the government desires that as many 
persons as possible will accept the in- 

"vltatloh extended, as above, in order 
that the guest of the evening may 
have the opportunity of meeting as 
m&ny peo|ple as possible, and that the 
welcome extended' to him may Ire In 
every sense of the wontariTOi^ular one. 
The goyemment has gone to a great 
deal ,of trouble in preparing to make 
the occasion a memorable pne, on 
■which, -for the time being, all party 
differences will be lost sig ht o f. and 
British Columbians will Join In a right 
royal greeting to Canada's Premier.' 



FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE. 

Florence Nightingale Is. dca4j Arthe 
advanced age of nlne{y-one ye^rs this 
noble woman has been released from 
the burden of life, ftut. her Influence 
win be immortal. Aniong women there 
have been few, whose Influence for 
•good -has-' been as wide as hers, and 
none who have done more for the al- 
leviation of sorrow and sufterlnig. In 
these V. ' i tiariltary science has 

advan \v;ty towards perfec- 

tion; wlion lilt; nursing department of 
<>vpry aridv i.s r. iiarilfd' of as great Im- 
jxiriiii • is ordnance, and 

ivlicn. thn ca,Ec ni mtt siel<-An4~i»»rfferlnir 
h xs become a duty which Is recognized 
by all. it Is difficult tobellete that less 



than three score years ago thp pro 

vision for .the proper cfere Of ,the-»fe444?i^l"l:£°r...?fl'-'*^'!!^„.!° ^'^^^^^ 
and wounded of the British armty. Was 
HO crude as to be hardly worthy ,of 
("naideration except to condemn It.^ 
MlRS NliThtlr'isule was the daughter of 
Mllliiini Kdw-ard Nightingale, of Emb- 
b'.y Park. Englandr— brrtrwaT Ijorft 
in Florence In May.. 1829. From h«r 
•St girlhood she d'lsplaywl great 
,.,; .'ost in th»'ci,.if ,,r^A '•v''''f>ring, and 
:ii tho'fltge o) lolnspco- 

ti.M of „,clvll ana n)illtarr-"-Wr?fltal.'?i 
II. r- father', f)e!ni^ Tn~7''npy . rlmnn- 
.■; ranees, slio 



field. The sickness in tlie army was 

ttirrible and at one time Miss Night- 
ingale' had no less than ten thousand 
sick men under her care. Her_work 
was of the most thorough nattire. She 
was a splendid organizer, and a woman 
of undaunted courage and iron resolu- 
tion, beneath a gentleness that won all 
hearts. Many are thi^ stories told of- 
the manner in which she cut the Gor- 
dian knots t>f red-tape, whereby the 
progrt-st* of liCr work was Imiieded. 
The value of-. h^r.vwork was instantly 
recognized "ancr:'lhe gratitude of the 
nution knew no limits. At the close 
of Oie war a luiuj of $2;'.0,000 was sub- 
scrllicil 1,1 rn iM. lu'i- i.> mund an in^ 
.stium.iii I'o:- tl:r iiuiiiiim "f nur.soMi 

w hirli I.-, i)'i''.\\ 111 a t l.iiii-l.sliing c .iiili- 
U'.'ti." '.iVnBH vSigliliuKaU- \^:at* 111." aullhir 
111' several valuiible liooRFTleallns wiUi 
Ih'i . Iiiisrn pi'olV.-i.fbin. Hor: splendid 
v\.uiii.l,. did lauoh tiAvurd.s impresHivii;- 
r.\ \s hiTf llu' nol.ilit \ 
^I'lNiil Lu KiV".' lli.tl 
I'u Ll,,'.' liigli stundurd 



News, and gave it without endorsing) 

It In any way, ,. n. .^. ,- :- - 



Our visiting mlniatm-s had the un- 
usual experience uf an Aug>i.sl Khower 
in Victoria, but being Methortllts they 
will raise no serlou.s Objections to a 
little aprinkiing. 



Tlie farmer.'^, we.aro told, im in plain of 
the taritT. li l.y not a very no\el thing 
to have faruiera cciniiduin. It is one 
qf ihe tWjJgs Inseparable, from that 
,s|)here in- life. In fact, most, of us do' 
a K'oftd deal ot compjaluing. 



I I 



lti.s ideasant to And .such uttentloni. 
lu tht' I iril i.sli ]<!■'■.' I . I ',1 ii.i. i i.ip' ■■hli. 
Jeel.s,, lull ii » .nil li, \ ri iuuiu iilean- 
ing II' llnr,- \\.i,. iioi a tVhsU^Sltlon'On 
lih i'.ii.; ui pwlltlcalo distort facts 1 1 
'lii,.-! .iii ,- nUlanee to til's" truth and 
iltaw 1 1 i I'orencea 'thaT' are «without 

iiTant. 



.n wiiiiun 



n 

of liursliig and 
1 1 . 1 n I .< ra 61 e ' p'r,>->'l'eHy 
:i lias attained. 



u . 

w an. 1 
niuloi' 



l.n.l 
l.>oaL.s. 



in 

I'l'. 



Ill, 



.'->lar 



served tliero 



.\l..i;lria 

p.'.iiil.' \\ liu iiin 
A . tar as wte have ob- 
ia\i; been -no occ aajona 
tcgrWertoua'ennrplarin it will 

do no harm to say that these craft may 
prove very dangerous when driven at 
high apeed, it "'"t_ _yerjt,- carefully 
handled. : * ; » ' 



onto GTobe, writing from Lindsay, Ont., 
says; ■•j am not working half my land. 
I would if I could ge*t enough help at 
reasonable pricea,** "We had mi Eng- 
lish news item a day or' two ago saying. 
thiU two and a halt millions- of people 
\wre lit regular receipt of charitable 
reijs|,f. The man who can get these 
unemployed people otk this land that 
callis out for labor will deserve welU 
n()t jjnly of his country, but of the 
human race at large. ' 



We wish to withdraw absolutely and 
without any qualification certain o b» 

reviewed and plans wlU_Jiiud.<yL4Llj^i>«*<i i ''*''"^*^^'''*»'* '"^'^^ on thl3 pagc„ln. re- 
for the opening nu adronn ium. The gard to the dumpTn'g oT g^arliage "tao 
great inlsslonary enterprises should 

leader" 
the 



bulk largef^thanTSyer, aiul a 
must be chosefTTir' succession to 
late Dr. Sutherland. So Important, so 
varted._and so pressing are the prob- 
lems raised In connection with the 
normal and regillar Work of Canadian 
Methodism at home and abroad that 
every, hour of the General Conference 
weeks might be crammed with'gag^jr 
interest. 

But It is Inevitable that much time. 
perhai)S out of jiroportion, will be, de- 
voted to two ouestlt>n3 br serious, im- 
port, but exceptional ^lin character. 
On*' .belongs to the sphere of tlieolo- 
gfcal and critical controversy. It goes 
up from the Toronto Conference. It 
has to do with a volume of "StDidles 
in the Old Testament." by Professor 
George Jackson of 'Victoria College, 
Toronto. To many readers of calm 
Judgment this book is not only mark- 
ed by ''Bwect reasonableness" and the 
Christian spirit, but it 4».. uneqii^yocal 
in its bell*f in Divine revtlatton, and 
is fitted to restore and co'hftrm tbe 
faith of many who have been disturb- 
ed and perplexed by "the new knowl- 
edge." It is aesumfd that the dlscus- 
sion.ln the General Conference will be 
n!ore-tUw»teat ing-And -j wr po sef u]. t ha n 
was the raggedy and Ineffective con- 
troversy which Jigiiiated_^hfi_ Toronto 
Conference for laevoral days, ' 

The ques'tiotn at issue is only part 
of the far larger problem ""^Ised by 
modern Biblical study. In Scotland 
that question was settled a generation 
ago. The remarkable and spontane- 
ous endorsatlon of Professor Jackson 
recently given by the ^ritl.sh "Wes-^ 
leyan Conference, the enthusiasm with 
which he was Welcomed back, his elec- 
tion almost at the head of the list of 
delegates to Eciimenical Conference 
to be- held ih Toronto next year, and 
his unanimous appointment to be 
Fernley Lectiirer for 1912. and all this 
with full knowledge of the Toronto 
Confere nce debate r«fported at length 
in the MehtodLst Times of liondon, is 
evidence that" any reflection on his 
character, or his ability, or his or- 
thodoxy would gain no hearlpg In 
British Methodlshi. iror moat Pres- 
byterians In Canada, and .for many 
'know Professor Jackson, 
covered by that saint 



^ohse ryationg,. w hich 



^ cloae^in H horje. --TJ 

had reference to the sanitary aspect 
of the, case, were made un<^er a rals- 
apprfehejislon as to the facts. Tlie 



others who 
the case 'was 

and scholar, the late Principal Caven, 
who, with characteristic dfllberate- 
ness, and having in mind. some harsh 
criticisms of Professor McFadyen, said 
on more than one occasion: "It- iS 
the heart that makes the theology. ' I 
have no fear for the teaching or in- 
fluence of any ., man whose' heart Is 
1-ight, who really loves the Saviour, 
and who is supremely loyal to Him 
as his Divine Lord." 

The other-subject of iinusiial. inter-, 
est around which earnest debate will 
surely gather i^ .the proposed union 
of the Methodist, Conirregational, and 
Presbyterian denonriinatlona into on© 
organic Canadian church. At the last 
General Conference this linlon Move- 
ment was still indefinite, and' Its dis- 
cussion was academic nnd formal. 
Sln<;;e then the work of the Jofnt com- 
mittee has been complclcd and pub- 
lished. The JSoncral Aswr-mbl.v of tlri» 
T'f pfnT5>tefTi5^"T^hurcli '■ tctoTc t W 
finite and decisive action In June last. 
The Congregationalists have spokEnf' 
with marked distinctness.- It now re- 

The 
occasion will be a crisis.' Great Issues 
Tire in the balanc^e. The cJKlrch Itaelf 
. will be put to the proof: 

5t, =itoij^the little wore,* ■««# twW' much 

, ■ ■ ■ it-i»!'- -" ,■.. '^- .'■■ ■.,' ,' .. ■. 

And the little, lesB, and What wbrlds 
"^.vT ;a,way!"' • ' ... 



i;!iHs<{a; In ; 

I ill I in the ttna- 

!'■■■■ linndreds of 



nnd hIt" A'i"!t".i 
,.r Kill.-;.. I I 'h. 
Impo.srd task, lu 1- 
tralnlTicr a.q n n'lrfsr. 

■'..,, . ■- 1 tl 1 

V. ■,\ <] '. .... :i. ; I .1-1), !,i 1; 

).:lal.'i ..1. II.' i;. ■'■;•'■ 

m1( k and woiTiidcd sitUllers were ia-dlre 
slrait? f*.>r. ondlnary cnrf. MIps NlL'hi'- 

iiigale at once volunt i i 

a MiirsItTg iiarty. and wnii tiw ■•ippiov u 
.(• the War" Depnrtm«l(nt she selected 
inirty-four as.slfitants and pet out for' 
ihe field of operationx. f^ii" arrived 
in < ''inBtantlno'plc 'wi tb' ' ' i' <'"- 
battle of Inkormann and -^va.s aljh' to 
provld'" at oncj) for the reccpt;!oii of 
iiio»« wouaded 6n that hard-forught 



The Methodist church of Canada 
will be named and known by what Is 
done at Victoria this month. It will 
there take Its station and degree. The 
delegates represenUng ,the largest 
Protestant chufcli in Canada should 
'.-< -of tly as men bent on high duty, 
they ._'.atand solemnly , in that 

■ ' ' laiia |...- 



scow is token well out into the Strait. 

and^lthough It is Inevitable t^atsoine 

of the refuse must find Its way ashore, 

we are satisfied from actual observa-. 

tlon that the contractor takes every 

reasonable i)recautlon and that such 

of it as may reach land will have been | 

exposed to the action of the water for i 

a sufficient lengttS of thpft to render! 

it Innocuous^— Mr. williatn Christie j 

writes a letter, on another phase of. 

this question, a|n4_ the city . au]thorltlea ! 

ought to see slich material ais he re- j 

fers to is burned and not dumped Into ! 

the sea. 

... '.i^, ... » . ■ ; - -... "•■ ^4^ ..•s-.r-i .,■-.«'.■:-*.-. ■ 
Tbe^i British public men <an arlsiD 

high abpve partizanshlp was shown In 
the Rouse of Commonu; wHcn.*ftfter a 
long and very able- st^ ce uh' -en^ Indian 
affairs by Mr. Montagu, ITnder-Sec- 
fetarj- for Ihdla. Mr. VVyntlhaln^arbse 
and speaking for the OinJositlon said 
he did so to shcrw the wis'h 
the historic parties In^ Parliament to 
be associated with the work to be 
accomplished from year to, year lu 
India. Jin tlie^ cotirse. M hib spetfeli 
Mr. Moptagu defended the strln^e.-lt 
pfcss laws recently enacted and quot- 
ed the following as a sa/nple of the 
literature circulated in Bengal: "Sac- 
rifice "white bloiid undiluted and 
pure at the call of your god on 
the alter of _ freedom. Th<i b^nes of 
thi?, martyrs cry. out for vengeanfeeand 
you will be traitors to your country 
4t_ycui do not adegua t<dy respond t«>^ 
the call, Whites, "beTThey men. wb- 
men, or chlldren-rhiiir^e*- tlieni lt>- 
dlscrlitilnateiy, and you 'wUI not com- 
mit any ?in." ■'-■ 



Mr. 3. K. M'cL'erinah, of Toronto; 
wishes us to reproduce for the ih- 
format ign of the Conference a long let- 
ter which he has written to the Win- 
nipeg Tribune. The letter relates to 
Mr. Jacl<.son's l^ook. referred to In the 
Citattbn ffom the Glob|^ We shall 
have to ftjsk Mr.^, Sf^P-enniih to excuse 
us from contitlyliK with his-request. if 
for no other reason that^ that his letter 
Is much too long, and we dW'^not t^<i\ at 
liberty to publish It In part only. ,• In- 
deed It would hardly be Intelligible to 
persons who were^'not already Informed 
ias to the subject matter of the con- 
troversy with which t^Je lietter dealg, 
and a.H thin Is very likely to' come !np 
for discussion during the Conference, 
It seems to u« better tjj let the inem- 
bers of thftt li*^dyrj^f*"l. 4^^'b H-r i" ^b^^r 
own way, S^ ■ . ' 

T!he q'ueStlo'nHt meiifloned by the 
Globe are cerltalnly of prime im- 
portatlce. • -TRie tjnion ^t. tifee Metho*- 
IstB, Presbyterians and CorigrPiyntlonal-' 
I»t8 Into one religious body \,eould be 
an epocli-making event iri church his- 
tory. There are no essential differ- 
ences hettw'een tJfi?ee bodies, ami If they 
can be brojfght to see that, fior the 
sake of stVeiigthenlng the Influence of 
Chrl.stlanitjv-lt.lB. deslrablu that mthor 
dlffwences shall be lost sight pf,' great 
good will undoubtedly result. An ex- 
ceodihg'Iy grave responlilbility vylll, . It 
seems to iis,~r¥«f. Upon thofec who Bhull 
prevent the consummation of swdh' a 



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wiii c-oinf ('I Uh' men oI taUli a in-^v 

vision, and all distrust and self-pride i 
arid the V" ♦'Ingfl tbftt,,nra'r v!" ' 
consume.! new-born pnrisi 

iircnrh tli" K"sp. 1 ..f 1:. p. .md imju,- 
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iiy nothing on the subjeci 
uiral interpretatloji.,.„al tin i; :.i 
QueSn j time; but lie .content with ohHervliig 
that it is *^>metl(lng which concerns . 
the .laliy .qqlte a.s much as the clergy. 
I'pon It dopendfi muchof the useful- 



'Ity i :ir.s< 1,1' till I '!,iu'(.h. 



S8BC 



^ Rest R^om 
for Ladies on 
Second Floor. 
„., --.Use it! 



TOURISTS WELCOME HERE 

A shop like ours is an attraction for the visitor 'within these- 
borders, and we want"-to extend a cordial invitation to silch as are 
now here to come in and look us over, as often as they like. 

No obligation to purchase need be felt, but if any thing is want- 
ed as a keepsake of the visit, we will gladly" pack same for safe 
carriage. 

There's no end of fascinating, little things .in imi)o!ied china. 



Extra Good'^ 
Sho'wing of 
Carpets now, 
Second Floor 



Charming Silverware Creations 

Offered in Our Big Silverware Deparfment— First Floor 

=r -|f you are-notalrcadv fami liar wiili the excellent utlering'S of our sttver shop, yon shoii/d pTt acquaint- 

"eH With' this .seGtionof the big .store at y<nu- first oppurtunity. .HcttV anQj^portunity tu become ucguainted 



--conie iimrrseT^. some of these articles listed below. ^. ; -■ ,. — ' 

The lariit'si and best factories in the wodd- contrii>ute to the ?;howing, and you'll find much of interest 



.await fi i g y oi i^f Come todsiy—Wex^^ 



time. 



BAKE. DISHES, $6 ^ 
-WeJaave a splendid -p^riety of these 
popular-items,^ Sotne: really attractive 
designs are shown. The prices • will 
surprise you in their fairness, .Tbe_.sil«. 
vef is of best quality, and the linings of 

a. sttpiiyoi'-quality enamel. — 

See those-pficei^at. eachr— 
^6.00, 98.0^nf 10.00 $12.00. 

RELISH DISHES, $4.50 



Cut Glass lining in a silver frame of 
smart 'design. 'Priced' at; each, $4.50 

Sandwich plates — engraved design, 
SI. 50 



CAKE BASKET^,~$3.50 

Even the little prices 'secure stylish 
cake baskets here. You'll be surprised 
what style and quality you can get at 
jthesp prices. We have-them at — 
" $3.50 >4.50, $6.00. $7.0<L 

SUGARS AND CREAMS, ^5 
PAIR 



We have an excellent choice of thes e 
at present, and can show you s om e 
splendid styles,. Come in and let us 
show you thescr— show you some nice 
styles at from, per pair, $5.00. 



CASSEROLES, $6 

■ The great demand for casser oles has 
brought fcrrth-better designs,; and our 
latest arrivals show some of exception- 
ally nice patterns. We have them in 
oval and round shapes. There's an ex- 
cellent recipe book goes with ejach cas- 
serole. T'riccd at — 

$G.OO, $7.50, $0.00 

.FERN POTS, $2.50 ^ - 

Some of the rnost delightful designs 
jn these' popular fern pots are ready 
for your here. Don*t fail to inspect the 
offerings in these. Big variety '^^ <lc- 
signs with the prrce^ starting at $2.50 



The Designs in Tliese Arc Very Newest 

You cannot rigtitly judge the fairness of the pricings below without.'ah inspection and com.parison of the goods. We 
want yolt to come in and see these unusually dainty creatio»^?»-in sliver plate — you'll then appreciate the fairness of Our 
pricings. These come from the largest silverware factory in the world, and they represent their very newest productions, 

We'lib^ pleased to show" you the lot, ' _ 

Salt and Peppers from, per pair $1.00 

Table Spoons from, per dozen $6.50 

Dessert Forks fjom. ])er dozen , . .$6.00 

Cold Meat Forks from, each $1.25 

^.Childs' Sets, 3 pieces, from .$1.50 

Jelly Slices.from. each .$1.50 

.Waiters from, each ;....., $5.00 

Alrriond Sets from. 'each , . . , $6.00 

Bake Dishes from, each .1 $5.00 



Tea Sets, IrOm ........ . -.^. .. $15 .00 

Individual Castors, from $2.00 

Casseroles from, each .$7.50 

Mafnialade Dishes front, each $3.00 

Card Receivers f fom ; each , . . . .^ . » $3.50 

Egg Cruets from, each' ,..'...'...... $6.00 

Butt^.#|NiiilR^:irom, «a^h , ;,........ $2.50 

Teaspoons from, per do^en rrrTTTTTTT. . . . .$3.50 

Table Focks^ from, per dozen ............. .7. . . . .^6::50 

Berry Spoons; from, each'. .*..... ". . . .$2.00 

Butter Knives frrmi, each . .6.0<^" 

F*ruit Kniyes from per dozen . , ". . S6.00 

Cake Baskets from, each . $3.50 

larrdwich " Pla te s f rom ; . . $5.00 

Bon Bon Dishes from, each . . . . ; .$1.50 

Berry Dishes from, each $3.50 



Napkin Rings from, each 

Bean Pots from, each 

Fern Dishes from, e ach ........ 

D esser^ Spoon^ ironi, per dozen 

Pie Knives from, each '. ... ^ 

Sugar Shells iro,in,,cach . 

Nut Crackers from, each 



35^ 
$9*00 
$2.50 
$6.00 
$2.00 

50o 
$1.00 



A. D. Coffee Spoons from, per dozen , . . .$4.00 

"1817 Rogers Bros" Silver—Best Plate 

The Best in Silver-Plaled Flatwear for Tabic Usc-^Good Assortment 

....Since away back in 1847 tV«is silverware has been recognize,d as the leading brand; Ever since that date the name 
"1874 Rogers Bros." on a piece of silverplate signified that it was the very best qualityr—stood for reliability. Quality 
and design led then as npw, and for silver-plated flatware for tal)lo u-c- fhcn'=^ nothing to excel this brand. 

■ " "Vesta"- "Avon" ''Lotus" "Tipped" "Windsor" 

These are a few of the patterns we carry in this~"i«47 Rogers :Brios." silver w^are. You'll find a pattern you like, for 
vire have many dainty creations. Come here when you want anything in-^ , . , 

Tea Spoons Table Spoons Dessert Spoons Dessert Forks Table^ Foi-ks 



■ A "Splendid Stock of SteFlieg Silver— 

'Sterling silver is . k popular wedding gilt -4fnc — because it is dainty and practically everlasliiiL;. It appraU h> many 
as an idealwedding gift. If you have a wedding present to purch,asc, cnrTTT^in and let us' show you thc-o. drtinty i)iccos in 
sterling, silver. 



.■dbr-iBtock offers an excellent choice, and we welcome a 
section , of our silver store. 

Sterling "Silver Sugar Tongs at, each ,^1.50 

Sterling Silver Salt Spoons at. ea/:h . .50^ 

Sterling Silver Butter Spreads,r-P^ dozen ....*... .$25.00 

Sterling Silver Sugar Shells, $2.50 to . .• $1.50 

Sterling Silver Bouillon Spoons, .per dozen $20.00 . 

Sterling Silver Teaspdons, per dozen, $20.00 to. . . . . $12.00 

Sterling Silver Berry Spoons, each, $8.00 to. . . . . . . .$.5J0il.. 

Salt and Pepper Shakers,^ sterling silver-mounted cut glass, 
at, per pia,ir, $4,00 to^,.. .$1.00 



-U ot 



-]H'i,-ti"n. Lcinif m and gvl acquHintol \\uii Uus 



yases, plain aji<l cfcHcd glass with sterling: ^il\rr niuuntings. 
at. from ."^.^50 to •. . . . . , .$1.50 

Salt Cellars, ^lass, with and without -tcrliiiL; <i'\(r in-umt- 
i.nt,''s, stctlffK;' silver spoon."-', in WhvA ra^r-, .it, prr pair, 

.S3. 00 to ,.,..., .$1.7.5 

Marmllade Jar, strrlinj.- ^ilvrr niovniii'd ul.i--. carh . .$3.00 

Sugar Shaker,- ^sterling silv'cr nionntc<l j^l.'is'^, fach . , 

Macaroon JDish, genuine' CVown l)crl)\ t'hina, with .sicrling 

silver, ririi and hai'idle. Very daintx . I'lu t ..,,$15.00. 



Out-ol"Towii Orders Sliipped Free 

C)ut-of-tQW'n folks are again reminded that we make no charge for pac 
and shipping thiJtt:^der.s-^dll' prices being f.o.b, train or boat here. 

BoTT't hesitiate :t6->e'nd us y6ur or'ders for china and glas swar e from, your 
country •home. Matchings for s'fets ■or other needs, the selection of which you 
ma;y confidently leave to us, will have most careful attention. Just give u . a 
price limit and a-gcntral description. 

Hb'matter what the distance a n^d no iiattei^^ order, thf 

j>acking^ wi11_cnsttre safe. carriage. •- — 
■ Trv US wiitt a ' 



Our Dlspllay of Diiuicr- 

wareiSB*t Equalled in 

the West— Almost 100 

Different Patterns - 

Many "Open Stocks" 

Conic and S€<j Ilieiu 



ifiimlm 





Complete Home Furnishers 



Victoria^ 3, C, 



v«'V*» iii>.iltWff>ii*»"*''''-lWf*»'»''! -■ 



T'>«»day, Auai-it 15, 1910 



^ 



VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



If It's From the 

Montelitis Piano 
House 

It's a Good One 
The KranicK & Bach. 
Broadwood. P^^ll, Haines 
Bros, and Chickering Pianos 
grace the studios and yiar- 
lors of the leading piano 
connoisseurs of every civil- 
ized nanon. 



on 



Any ' 
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A the 



SOCIAL AND PERSONAL 



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l.HiiH, (if Vancouver,, is 
K'MvlaiulB iu AMi'torla. 



.Mr. and .Mri4. Hurg'-, 



from Sidney., 
la lovMi. 



turnfd to 
(.'\-pninK- 



( iiand 



,irl;.«« nn Friday 



.Miys IriHltli', lit' iho sCilT iif Iho Van- 
rou\-pr NN'orld, is i-<'Bif«terpd at IhP 
Halmoral. Slip Is acting ' as ,4'V'>P'''^1 
.'..n-pspoadojU for her i'BP*''' "'" ''"' 
III Mrthodlst confcrpnre and tlit' 
Isii, 



.Mr.'-fCdfrar ,\tkiii»(»n rs a. recent ar- 
rl\Hl ill 111!' rily I'Viini til*' Olil ("ouiilr\. 



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1. i.--iiii-.s till' I' 1 \":i Ili'iMI\ iV. 

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Guaran- 
Intrjnsic Value 
Ml may go,, but 
Miir taste 



and 

Jill lenient in ihe estima'tion 
of your friend^. -- v 




Sold OriT^Tby 



MONTELIUS 

PIANO HOUSE, LTD. 

1 104 Government Street 

Corner Fort ' Tel. 44 

B. P . G RE EN E 



.Mr 
.•\ftor 

J^iiUllll 



.111.1 .Mr 
spi'iifdlllK 



.•Itles 



1'-. 11. 
I week 
re turned n 



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.After .spendlUK a week in \ leturia 
\i.siiinK .Mr. T. I'rjee. of the Grand 
ilieatre, Mrs. D. J. Hartnoll, , with her 
daughters, I. Ix.'/.le and iMviud. of l^utte, 
.Monl., left on Suuda.v liy the frlnceHS 
Vict<,!,rla to spend n week in N'itn.'ni- 
ver, "p'rinr ti> returuins Ii'mi!.-. 

.\iii.iiiK ^\ ''i'l< -i-iiil \ IS1I..1 s in 1.." n 
frLMii N'ani'onver wvv: 'Mr. ami .M r.s. .1. 
H. (;allaRher, Dr. iJallaRlier, >lr. and 
Mrv. 1' I^l\|^, .Mr .nut Mrs. Martiivr 

ton, .Mi:-.- i; M S .' i ».! s; ' r -- . .^^lHS D. . I 1 . 
■^AKK*"--. .Mr .1 .\ ({■■t;!!^ 'ind .Mr ;inil 
Ml :-, \\ ;ll.s..!i ami I li. S\ l-.-.'-,< \\ .ll.-.'ll 



Sunila 



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; arterininn 1>.\ 
I an extended 

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taken .; ; 

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T. .Ill .M rs. Willi si . 
1. 1.1 milliner. 

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Charmer for Vancouver. 



Mr 
Mis.« 

KiiRl 
Mam 

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, W. Ariniliv,, Mrs 1, Armita 

A. Annil.iK. Irmi II miaersllolU • 
nid, and .Mr. Ailn-rt Joiner, from 
■tnsli.r. I<;n)8:land, are anioiu; tl). 



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Tla iiiarrlaKe' of .M I'-.- ]•' i ' 
('reaKh, .\(,ninK0.st daughter ' "! 
I'rea^fli, nf, Harwood ..street, Vutv 
i^ i.. lake l)la<,a- in 11). > i : 
Mi-s ('reach's flaycaa i- .li 
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Golfers 



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Manager Victoria House 



_ =^Eeinberton. Mrpn?ell and 
M i' fa""R Rll left yesterday via the North.- 
ern Pacific on a vieit to Portland, Ore. 

Mrs. Maynard. '.laihurnum," "Park 
boulevard, has postiioeon her post 
nuntial- reception until November 22. 

, . • • • 

Mr. and Mrs. "j^yiin ^W. Thoi-pe. who 
•Hoent the week ,■ end~-tn town,, loft yes- ... 

iterda^. ott- their r«t«m to A%nc(Juyer. Mi^^ Howclippe. a^ well known 
iTerqa»r uu *»»''»»,» i* ^ , fruit Rrowfr of Kelowna, B. C.f l»rt 






Jilrs- John acrfiTann. ot Spokane, who 
has been speivdiiig the past few diiyf* 
m towa, Ijdtt yerterday for Vancouver, 
.'■■'' '•'••■.. 

Mr. and Mr«. Baxter, from Brighton, 
England, are spending a few ,day$ In 
Victoria, -during ii tour they are mak- 
ing of tiiejioast cities. 

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Curie, Puffs. Braids and 

TrajiKforraatious In all 

Styles at 



MRS. KOSCHE'S HAIR- 
DRESSING PARLORS 
'Phons 117,5 Doug-las St. 



-T H E- 



Real Lace Shop 

r)aintv ITahdkerchiefa from ea- ii 
•■$1.25 to .-rv^30.00 



1214 Broad, St. 



I 



Mr. M. e. --Wchell. M. P., South m\- i 
f o rd ." Oiit . , M rs. H c hgrT Tanff ton 'Poti K t a ,-) 
are tit the ISiiioirisss^^tntr^week. Mr.s. 
Schell, formerly Miss Josk Russ, will 
be glad to' see any of her old friends 
af the Eniprf^sa on Tuesday aflernoun, 
August 16th, from 4 to 6 In the .parlors. 

Pleased w^th the surroundings of 
Victoria and~tW T><"opl<"S' huspltallty. 



.Mr Walter Little, who has been 
spcndtng ^ mcmthJni^Qyii J'^*^ g"^* ^ 



Madame Russel 

SHAMPOOING AND 
' - MANICURING 



and air 



^IX'B 



of hair 
order 

COXIRTENAY ST., 



work made to 



PHQNE 1836. 



Right 



in Line on 
Prices and 
Quahty 

Butter, "fresh Eastern, 3 Ib'S. 

for .'. . , . . .'.v.; :■., $1.00 

Tea choice Ceylon, 3lba. for. 1.00 
B. C. Cream, a^-^«yerlc»r ar- 
ticle;- 20 ;^|,> 0n toir 10c 

Sugar. 2') lb. sack ^ 1.15 

Jelly Powders, 4 pkgs j.w 25c 

We can please you In Groceries 
Quality and Satisfaction -your 
Guarantee. 



A, Pool, Grocery^ 

('ij3 ^'atcs St. Hionc 4-tB 



1 



of relatives, is rpturAlng t«day: to,^\ 

nipeg. 

. • » ■» 

Mrs.'H. Olllefeiii-e was one of yester- 
day afternoon's hoste.sse's at a tea^ 
given,^ in honor ' of Miss Butchart, 
w-lxjse marriage takes place this wee^l 

Mrs. James Hardle.:.a|Ul party iame 
over from Seattle >-esterday, and after 
impending a -fpw days'lrtre, intend going 
to Vancouver' on a short visit.' 
■''.'•■•♦ 
•Mr. Robert Prince left yesterday via 
the Northern Pacific for Xew York 
whence he will, sail for Buenos Aires 

on a >uaift©»B trip. 

• ' • » • 

In the course of .^the current month 
Miss Sarah J. Howard, daughter of the 
late Major. H. Howard, Is to be married 
at Toronto to Dr. K, J. Buller, of Van- 

couver. 

■ •••■■ 

The marriage Is .shortly to take place 
of Miss Ethel M. Kennedy and Mr. R. 
Jivhnson Barnard', of Vancouver. JWIsS 
Kennedy is Ihe third daughter of Mr. 
William .Kennedy. of.Port Perry. 

Mr. ana:iMfa. John Loite'. from Spo- 

ikane, who have been spendinfi B.^ew 

i days i n Vic toria, left' on aat urda y for 

Cowichan. \vhere tfiey will spend the 

next few weeks.. 

• .«'♦. 

MiL,, George Wa-tson. who has been 
spending his ■siimmer holidays with 
relative*' camping at Cordova Bay, i« 
leaving during. this week on bis return 
-to .Mew Wesfnilsster. ^ , 

. ■ ■ • ■• ;<"-"■ • ^^ \ 

Mrs. .J. Talbot and Mr. Sydney TaT^ 
bot. Avho 'havf/ been visiting In this 
city for some time, will return home 
to "l.>Os Angfles, ralifornla. nejit Thurs- 
dav. They have been guests of Mr. A. 

Talbot while In this citj-. 

• , • ♦ 

Mrsl Marceila €ole and Miss E* a 

role wtti return to their home In 

i Juneau. Alaska, per the Princess ChSr,- 

! lotte, todav. They have been the 

guests of Mr.«. '• >• Stell\, 1034 View 

street. " , 

* * •' 

Mr. nnd Mrs. D. T KorlVesand fam- 

jlv, who h ave been visiting .Mrs., 

Fnrbe«' f.'ither and mother, .Mr, and 

M I ;. . A. Stewart, of oak Bay, rc- 



wna, 

yestcHday after 8i>endlng over three 
weeks in this city and vicinity as the 
guest of Mr. Vaughan. of Cedar Hill. 
Mr. RowcUfipe has. great faith In the 
futvtre trf-the eity,. 

* • • 
Miss Ellen P. Ellison, eldwt daugh- 
ter of the Hon. Price Ellison, minister 
ot Crown lands, and Miss Helen 
Harpei»-Lowks, , tlie minister's niece, 
frc?nf New 'Vork city, have Just arrived 
from^lie: EaSEE'^s frt'TuT IT «T<^ tti Vir - 
torfa^ their holiday being «rtrared '■> 
Hon. Mr. Ellison's second daughter, 
kl88 Myra K. Ellison, who. on the re- 
cent arduous aft well vm adventurous 
trlpx through the Island Interior, es- 
tablished for herself, with cTVaracterls- 
tit nio'desty. a reputation as an In- 
trepid and Indefatlgible mountalnwn- 
and young- woman-uV-home-in-thc- 
W'oods.. Mr. Harry. Mt-Clu re Johnaini. 
M.A..H'on. Mr. Ellison's nephew, alsii 
remains for a short time as his feuest 
at the Capltiil. , • 

. m\ FOR VOIG 



- Xotliing^ could be mnrc .ii.iinipriau- iyr these cool. cvenfb|^^ 0an-,.a^ 
Kjntitted [aGket.^ We^arc sIk.vvhik ajarg© r^nge^ these seasonibk^^^ 
"esTTtylelanSTolQrsr^lla your choice earlS^TwlTnrffigWf^ 



imiTreach $3.85 

twfl4. grey 



LADIES' GOLF JACKETS, in whits, navy and. car 

.UIES* NORFOLK JACKETS, w.ith belt and pocjccts, p 

anch wliit ....•••••• 

LADIES' KNITTED JACKET S, th i Tc-gn arl or length, cni: away, color white only $3.35 
LADIES' KNITTED JACKETS, in whit e, na vy and cardinal . . . ."•' $6.50, 

LADIES^ KNITTED JACKETS, three-paneFTength. cut away, Jn.gTcen, brown a^d 

. . : .$8.o0~ 



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. • , • • • 



Dre»s Uoods «nd Dresi- 
making a specialty. A 
large and expert staff. 

Thom»on'f Qlov* Fit- 
ting Corsets. — 




Ratepayers — Will ' Pass Upon 
Measures 'on the 29jh Inst. 
Innpprtant Works to Be -Car- 
ri e d out WUb mf:^^^^^^ 




1123, 1125 and 1127 Government Street 



Latest Ideas In • High 
class exclusive Millinery. 

Dent's Gloves. 
Morley's Hosiery. 
Dr. Deimet's Linen Mesh 
Undervi/ear. 



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PRIVATE .MANICURING 

1VIDLLE. EDYTHE, late of Lomion.Enfr., visits lad ic>< by 
appomtment at their homcs.Write 1.928 Ash Street. Or IMtmic 



m 



Correct Dress 
for Evening Wear, 



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ii 



Fit-Reform Dress Suits and Tuxedos 
represent the highest order of " the 

tailor's art. ; 

Sumptuous fabri<S---i^toXitiriDusly rrtade—tney 
express the perfection of style, elegance 
and fit. 



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So wonderfully accu rate is fhie Fit* 
Reform system of 8izei3i-"t kat wi 
ca'n fit every man— -abnoriftai as 
well as normjil. 

Dres?Suit3$'i5,|3o^$55. 

Tuxedo Coa«i |t5 

and $18, 



y^. 



r>T 



Contrary to 4he flren the city 

coupcll to submit three of th« money 

bylawp at an early date and leave the 

. jQilifiTS'to a 'subseiqueiu ilai<; the coun- 

ell by.Ti burst ^>f t>poed put through the 
cnl'tre batch- of bylaws, at last night's 
meeting. 'and fixed the tiate for ihe. vot- 
ing. thereon for the 29th Inst. There 
win be In all seven bylaws tp be voted 
pon aft follows; T^he Sciiool . Loan by- 
jay to raise H'5J)00 for additions to the 
Victoria Weist jind Rjng.<itun' street 
schools and the erectior^ tif.a scliojil on 
the Banii _street all*; the Spring Ridge 
High School site bylavv to rransfcf' city 
property there to the school boanllamL 
grant a sum of money i<i tli,.e board; 
the' Sewer Loan bylaw to raise $oJ>.0_0(» 
for sewer construction; the I'libllc t'on- 
venicnce bylaw for $1'0.00« to erect- a 
lyublic convenience on fhe plot' of land' 
at ihe.. northwest corner of the Cause- 
way; the laoJatJou Hospital bylaw for 
Jlii.ooff. to alter and add to the Iwoliitlon 
Hofepttai; the pro\ Irtelal govefnmeftt 
contributing JS.OOO towards the work;- 
jthe ballas Road Foreshore bylaw for 
! $75,000 to erfect a proper retinlnlng wall 
tt>wards the,coat of which thoproylncial 
government will contribute $25,000; the 
riidcrground Telephone bylaw where- 
ndor $100.0011 will Jie rallied to permit 
of the putting the present" overhestl sys'- 
tern undergrouiid In ilie downtown sec- 
tion. In regard to this last,; mentioned 
measure the agreemen't' entered Into by 
the company ^»<lh -the city nJid which, 
should, the bylaw pass, the city wLU also 
Blgn. appeared' in a recent Issue of \\\t>i 

tiolonlst: . ' .^ 

Voting on Ih** above measures will 
take place on Moftdny. the 29th tnst.. in 
Mft' 'M«»tdn'» pr»taue«, Broad Btrect. 
Mr. W. W. Northcott win be returning 
officer. ' 

In regard tn ii.. Dal Mr Road ., F^r.e- 
shore Protection bylafw the City ehgl- 
.jneer reported that the plana fpr the 
worit have, advanced to tl(e point jvhero 
the cost should be est^m^^ied- ; Thla ijost 
he flguretTat $100,(>00. At -first tt had 
.been the . Idea to incorpor ate the old 
sea wall -In the n.ew otie. but the goy- 
ernmeni englneera and himself, after in^ 
vestlgatlon, concluded that it would be 
inadvisable to da-«b. , Therefore In some 
T.r.i-rif.im -tt--y-t) i biT jiife.esBary to throw 
oown the old. wall trpSn the .beaCh as de-' 
bris Whftre It w-111 be uaeXuI in breaking 
tlje force of the waves. 'In order to 
ni^et the eri*08lon' of the yaves at or 
about high wateV mark It has been 
thought advisaible to Insert a granite 
belt a bout- 7 r.o feet In iength and " with 
-ir~rlepth of tiveP-if***.^ — .ctty^.._.i<;ng.|n«er 
Smith, submitted plans showing the 
style of con.stj.' iictlOn of the new wall, 
explaining that snclrmyttrod ~itP i. ' o i iH"irn c- 
tlon wljil save spvm-al ihousands of dol* 
lars ovei* a plain coiJcrete atruciure. > 

■I j iii S t ii ii m i I i i .. . i^ ^' .i ii ^ .i. i ii III I III.. 

.]I,ANAW"^' S.f'o"«"'^' .Auf^JL^issJamea 

H-idiey. the l''.ngllwh aviator. i.iVday flew 
<-nf mile in 4" .2-'^ f^ees Jin a Bleriot m«n» 
, PhlR Is iiie ,r nrld'n rocord for 



1 liam'HTI.. 
Innrrh'tea I 

Kn..- 
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till 



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Is Distilled to Satisfy the^astes 6i 
° the Most Exacting 



'ii^u^-ufia 



Try it with 





The King of Table Waters 




o Be Had At All First-Class Hfotels 
Bars^ €i^b4*jad_Dealers 



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IVharrSC 









Thone 111 



iJ^uHSj^bijg^ 



m»mm m Hm\>iammMmm . 




Allen & Go. 



1201 Governnie! 

Sficet, - VictoriJi 



.i.lnll.-, 
di.iilcra, 



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ADVERTISH IN Till: DAILY C(H UNlSi 



VICTORIA DAILY COLOiVIST 



Tuasday, August 16, 1910 



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LOGGERS' SUPPLIES 




Wc carry ja,yei y lompU-tr stock of 

The RIGHT KIND 

Blocks, Chokers, firabs. Wire Ropes. Chajn. Etc. 



wi: iNvirr inspf.ction 



E. B. Marvin & Co. 

The SliiLKhanulei- -,, IJOO VVliarf Street 



! NEWS OF TK'E CITY 

Maccaboe* to Meet 

; Tl)f' n'Kuliir nic'lhip <if iIh' ' 1-adl'^s 

of tlu' .\lavciilji-CM will I'll held in Soni- 

|,pli>s JIall. N'iotnriii WfHt; ludiiy, at :;-:30 

Ip.m' All inomlioi's iin- r(-<|U«'iUcd ta tie 

Th. ■!■.•. 



THE WEATHER 



H. 



Fenian Raid Veterans 

S'l'h'i-aHh 1>I LlTr prllil/lV'K.lid .in' if- 
,(liiL.sU;d In galtiiT at 111'! olTlcc uC All". 
fu. A. 'I'rcen. (i;!4 View slrupt, 
''u. in. on 'Priiii;sd:i>- nioniliiH: 
! l>uri)c>s<' of i>r(HM>(Hl1nK from tlicre tu 
: tin.' KlTUirpas/llulid li. ni'^oi Sir Willrid 
' IjiulrliT. 

l_-abop' to Celebrate 

I..i1m.i ■! V, ii: Im .hil . ' '■ >r.itf>d' 

I'li'l'c |p; ! ,i!. ; I li ■! 1111^" 111' I . Ml' ni-'i- 
'ji'Ct l.s ii'iw hriii).;' iiiiialdcri'd - ' 
jTi'a/lcs .!iiti I, ;il,Hir council. wU- n ;■ ' 
■aii^ipjil; : 111,. -(Tit.v for llnuniMiil hs- 

: sisliim . I ■ liiv' ainomit not fxrucdlns 



lM> (fnl ,,1,,U4,.,.|| ,iffi,f, N'lrP 
»t .S p. 111., AUKii.vt !.., I '.'J": 

.'-'VNor;-!.'-!. 
Tiif pi-i'HHiiic Ih l<i\v 111 I ■ji.1U'oi-h1;i Init 
liiKli over ],ii'iilMli ■I'oliiinbiu, t'rcu"n niid ( 
^^'■i,tL',li'Bloii: lis-aVy niln liii.-* fnllon •■rtl-j 
attll•,^i^lll'V^.■^s at Knnilooii.s. ! 



HiirKfTvlllc llttll•,^i^lll'U,■^s at 
|'l'nU)osli jiiu'l Ptrriiiui<l :iiii'l icnipe;at.ii,ri- 
j liavi* bepn hljciici'. lOii.st of tliR Utjckli"' 
la, low >urt?ii. ij» I'luiial In, MmiUoba. a 

Hi. 10T3t) Trill ndcr.stof'ni occurred t^l VViniilpcK nnd 

lor tlicr lain ■ li.-isTajlaii ul iniiiiy points lUo fall 



liidiiK licavy I't 'Swil'l ,i'nrrciil aiii.! Mia ■ 

li.-ili.<;i 



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Victoria 

M A'ancoii \ < 

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I'lip (■'olotiTTrttoii— ;rH) 
'! Hill nark. 



Pormits for DwnHoujs 

■ II its h:i V I I M'-n 
i>4 iii.s)! 



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' |;mI!.i 
\y\ lln 

.\ii'K:K.\-, ffTT a' fl.w'olling 
Sjitlcj Hti'ePt. t<i cost 

iititT to cost $".J,r)00; ;io 
son, .Mlalili-' .Ml Jirtfipi 
.?li»o, to II U'hitwf'll 



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(.'Hilary. .\lja. . •, . . •- 

WlnivitvwR; , Man 

(•orilrfful,. Ur«>. '...,. 

i^mi Pr>inclac(«, ('ai >■ i 

, KOItl-' \ I \ , 

For ' ,:; I- hrf.iii-' I • . n , ' I I ■ ■■! I - 

•liiiio) TuosdHv 

\'lc(r>rm^HniJ Vici' I .■iilliiTiy w iiKlw I 

, , \i|. ^•■af'rally /iijr >\itli ' nary tir lilBlieri 

liaz ,Jive'-H^^'"PPi'atilff.. • — ^-- 

'. I-". i Ic'nflrick.- J.^fiwcr-, Mninland: l^-'L''i" "'"dcvnl. 
stfc<T. t() .Oos^i wlnd«. KcneraUv,rnlr"wnTirist,airii'nai 
dwoHliiff : «''ii>l iviirh'^r teinpfinUiCT,, .„ ._- — 



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Great Reductions 

in Ladies' White 

Waists 



T.. lii.iK.' rM..in f... ,,,;,■ |.'.,il 
Ko<idH now ■oi llic \\'ay,y\vn ai'c 
olTrrinK all mmi' larRf *tock of 

I /oli>-- W i .<< ■ W'a isl..; .1 I kF'-.i I I 
I ■ 'III I . i I W I iiiii.~i , !iM I 

111.'! .. ,t ■■<•,.; ' ,1 , ■■;■, .. i|. .1 11;. 





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\n,,,.i- III. .11; ,1 

'railored"o(Tt-Ol.«. 
I.kiusps and nn. 


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11 : . ■• .if 
l/.iwn 
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^.A Richardson & Co. 

Victoria Houae 6;56 Yate.s St. 



zZ 



WEDDING GIFTS 
OF SILVER 



, I) -11.^1 1 

jiirtres, 

\ 111. I 



1 lali-nuirkcd '>'.\U 
lia,ri(l.s(/nii.' dcsij^u, 

.Hi.' . 'iwr <:{\\ L\'\ 



r|ili<T .1111 



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111 maiKfii 



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nccils uu ex- 



Redfern 



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Let Us Have Your Order 
Now for Preserving Peaches 

Preserving Feaehes will. arrive ifi a ie\v days, and 'W«-^ug- 

<:;e5t ihat-ytnrjTIacc xtntr oi^der wjth irK «iCJ\V, so'as to avoid dis- 
app(iiiitm€at,.aft lli!e.sattio tinic'It will cn^drc prompt .fi41iftg-tt{ 

\(nir order, -■^'^'^"rr:: .--rrr^srrrr:: 

Shram Fruit Jar Covers, pfr dozen. . . . . V • • . .25c 

Economy Jar Cavers^ ]?t''rTfr)/eirr ■^-^.^- ,;..,. 

Clovef-Ai^ lky, Crea mery B utter, per lb. 33c, or 3 lbs. for $1.00 

Farina,'~3"packcts for ; . . .Trr.T. "... . 25c 

California Granulated Hominy, lo-lb sack 

C al i forma Crac ked^Whc atT To ^lb . s / trkv . r-^v ^ . . 

California Rye Meal, lo-lb. jikck. 

Advent Whole Wheat Flour* per .'^ack 7. $2.00- 



Oamago to Fire Hall 




I iiigivegrr.-. . 

U lill<»- r'-uiJondiiiKf—lu—an aWtftitron ' iijoflp, _ '^\ ,,.. . 
Suudii.s aftcriunx i, tlie big ladder truclfj iuijii 'ir»o^' 
111 inalvinR ttic tfrrn ;r.s H cajju' out "r~miiititeB--— ' 
tfii' liondf|iiartc)> .station, duuKht tho : •• ' 
sldo rrf- ihf door with ilio liub- of ttie .' 
rear wlu't.l, -and tvn^- the door jam H1r4«>*h .... 

away, bretiking the Klaea fan light X»owpst . . . , ... 
>ibov'e and duiiiB other daiimge. The Mean j, ...... 

l)la,zc, a roof lir«- at 1125 Jotmson llain Ai 
street, did but small duriiage. mlnutf.v. 



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TRff" 



iiHiiijBmtR«k ,• ; » bpan, 



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Inch; (JunfehtTJei 7 lioura. 



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Improve Park Approach 
Thfe rJty \tut fak<> .slepvrtlj flear 

roadway leading to Mom it Doxi 

park di brush, etc., in order i 
jtjcehkle » may have a proper road \n ay 

upon wSTcTTTo gain u<-i*ea8 to the parlv. 

The finest of views can be ■ securetl 
ifrom the top of the hill and If the 
; roadway were Tnvprov«id the. spot Nvould. f 

Ictonio one of great attriACtlon to lour- 



The Gift Shof) 



H. 0. KSRKliAM. GROCER 

Corn^ir Kort and Douglas Streets. t'huuti i/tS 



Mechanical Supertntenct«nt 

i In view of the fact that the cll\ 

' hoa no oxiwrt* ineclianlcal . engineer 

! other than ihe cl tj- _ elec t rl <ilan. . Mal- 

I thew HiitehinstVn, It Is propose d to 

i appoint -ftlr. HiitchlnHon to the iMtsiiloM 

of meeHanical Bupertntendent to tultc 

; charge" of afi cltj-_ \vork of ■&■ m eohanj- 

ca^ nature7 The, inattef will Tje con- 

sideredi by the'e'eetrlc Usfhl commltlev; 

lot the e<iun,cll. 



™= MIKADO 
BAZAAR 



Japanese fancy 
Goods 

Blind. 



Special 

Sxs. $i,:i5 



sale for Bamboo 
and 6x7 7ac. 



1404 Gov't St. Cor. Johnson 



. The NTika^o ^.' 

The National upera C.yoipany sa«*' 
The Mikado last night in the Victoria 
theatre to a full' honse, which greatly 
appreciated the rendition of tliia ever 
popular opera and! expressed ita ap,- 
jvroval In hearty applai,>se afld' many 
ret-alls, Th«r*' are no Ki-eat voices In 
this company., but theire. arc many 
good one«. The piece waa, well staged 
and given -Nvlttf plenty i»i" action. . ' 




Don't Lose Your 

_^iw— ^— iiiBi— MM i I ^ t t^n , wmmimmmmmmmmi^»mmmmtmmmma m i 1 l u i ai i n 

Temper 



Yoti cai v AJ.W A YS-ii»d 

\'>iir letters in wnc of 



mir 



l"iling Cab i ne ii i .^ 



CL- 



^Almost New 



Motor Car Bargain 




^l^i^^i^k.^.^*^0 



A Model 10, '4-cylihdcr Buick Autotndbilcy carries four 
is gjUgax!), iii -ett nipl c t e' wi ib to[), g l a ss Iiun l, full ben Df head, 



»Side |jid4:ail Irfhips, with other ct]uipment. 
This car has not ran over 2,000 miles. 



Owner will take. $1,060.60 for It- is in Ai shape! 



Cost $1,400.00. 



THOS. PLIMLEY 

oppo«it« spencer'a Victoria, B. C. 



1110 Government St 

_! — —~---~^ -' i». V. '- •' ,. 



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BAXTER & JOHNSOrv 

COMPANY, LTD. 
^lai Yatcs-St. Phone 730 



*♦»»>«>»•♦•' 



» » »i» . » e « 




The Purest 
rhe Safest 



Always Clcah 
No Diisty Cans 



BOTTLED MILK 

I'loiii the 



Medical tiorvFirbfiM 

The annual conference of the Brl- 

UfillTJiriPlunibia , Meillcal Association 

opened in kumlwops today, and will 

lontlnue throufeh>>ut tomorrow. It— l* 

bcing.^-kckl\4it _lhe_SaiiUMlUm_ ti^ 
neighborhood of tiiBt city. At the 
time of writing It Is Impossible to 
learn whether any i,»f the locanmedr- 
i-al practitl<>ners . are attending. It 
was lke_Kj'.h''ral nj)lnlon that this city 
^ <oul d be r«!i>re?(ented alone by l>r 
"3T~Fagatti- provincial houlth tiftlcc 



JAS. LEiGh- & SONS | 


Lumber 


Wholesale and 
Retail 


iViills 


Lumber 


Foot of 


Lath 


Turner Street 


Shingles 


Victoria, B.C. 


Bill Stuff 


and manufacturers ot *U klcdii 0t 


Sash. Factory and £>IanlnK Milt 


Goods. 



Virtoria Creamery & 
\A Supply Co. 



Dealers in 

iincst Ice - Cream., Cream, 
M,iiks Buttermilk and' Butter 

Phone 1344 



Latest Importations From China 

l.A(ll«ii' and Uer. i.n' silk underweai. 
noft. warnv neat and IlElit; Kfint^' py- 
jainan In beautiful stripped silk. The 
newest Mtylea of b«auti(ul embroidered 
■ Ilk klmonas. NOthltl'ic inuru beautiful. 
Ths loveliest silk embroidered doylies 
over whown. 

QxjoNa MAX Tvnta ft ca 

p. O. Box «8. 1716 Government at 



The Final loucli 

to \hr. r.n-f r'sr. i;; a t.-.;r. , 
. K'-pt shof!. 

PACKARD'S 

l.a<lirs Spf rial Rlarii Dressing 



V.iSITORS. AND THEIRS 
FRIElvros MAKE YOUR 
APPOINTMENTS7ST " 



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Buildin9S~t>tuminated j 

The provincial govertiment buildinKS 
were lUuiplnated lawt-- evening, the 
entire front of the structure being sil- ! 
houetled in . electric buU>«, the elec-! 
tii'cal effcctB having been Installed to 
lend additional eclat to the welcome 
t.. be given Sir Wilfrid Ivaurfcr at the 
lirovln'clal reception to be tendered 
hlni totn<>rrow night. The effect was 
of a Btriking cliaracter, the eiitlre 
fjvcade lielng outlinwl In luminous re- 
lief. -^- • 

^^ Will 7 Welcome Delegates . ' : 
Thia (j'ternoon Mayor Morley and as 1 
many' of the. aldermen s}« can attiend 
i.w+11 -visit ' th^— M^trop oiltan Methodtrt f 
church, at 3.30 tTl^lorU .aKTr formally 1 
wel.comc'to the, city the delegate.s'" who I 
itre attending the Genera) Conference j 
of t,he McthodlBt church the sessions ; 
of which fire being held ih the chufch. ^ 
Latet they' wlll-attrnd the ceiemony of • 
l.'iyinK the corner sttme of the new V ' 
.M I- .\: bnlldi^a. — '■) N 




,\11 appreciate a good cii[> . ; 
tea.'ptire ice cream and ap- 
petizing luncheons. „» 



Thistles Flourish 

Complaint* of the pre\alenv^ of 
thistlea and other noxious weeds Jn 
many parts of the city^^jtrp being con- 
Mtanfly made to the city countil. The'. 

, council recently passed « byl«i»' forcing f ~. 

I owners of prbpi;rty on whiih the Hiis- 
tles qre thriving to have, them cut 

! down.' But it ainiears that In maiiy In- 

pstanees the. weed.s are not cut until 

i tliey arc in seed' and merely jLiittinK 
them down dnes not sto('i their 'spread. 
The, byla-w" wjll bd''a,mended so that 

I owners must not only cut down '.ot 

i also, d<*tn)y the wfteits^- ' 



Your Eyes 




Reception to Mi«»» Ard Mackenife 
Til*' recPi>tion ti) bf; 'tendered MIk-s 
Arrt""-Macl<eiiKie frepreaenitlhg the Vic- 
toria' Oj'dcr of Xiirses In Cao^dai 
pO.*!t\(C»iicd" from Krldrty •1u*t, will bo 
lield iin Friday ticM, :i\ug«»t 19th, al 
the Alexandra Clulv; frorn 8:30 to 10 
p.m. Tlic RfTftir will he under the aus- 
pkes of t?ie Lociil Cotilicil of -Women 
;iiid of the Unlduate .Xuraes Club, Kirs. 
C. K. Cooper aiTd Mlsrf MacNaughion 
lohes actlpg as hostesses. vNo further 
Invitations win biS Issued for this eWmt, 
bill all liit<'re,.<4ted will be most *4*pdlal- 
\v Wc lcn mr.d, .. Ui>:« And Mn cken/if^-U-^ 



Don't 





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^ Y. M. , .G..A.: ■■ 

TeTnpora]^Quartet^7t2Q9 Blanchard St. 

NEXT TO NEW BUILDING UNDER CONSTRUCTION 

Reading: a^d Game Rooms — Hot and Cold .Shower Baths-7- 
Men's and Boy's Summer Camps^Surarher Membership 

50C per month 



SALE 



the Bride 



Vr»(i are invite. I 1.. that- 
.\tigfif;t Vv eddint;, tlicrefore 
a j^resent is imperative, arfd 
in cliiiosing, 'tis w cll Jyjnse , 
taste and di."5crcfi«w^--,Na- 
donl)t you want to l)CStow 
:56mcthiiig liandsomc. yet of. 
real .scrrtcc — ^ofnctliin^ the 
wedded pair - will diertsh 
gladly as k .sonvciiii-. Wide, 
choice here," Stiitablc . ,.„. 

Presents 

From SI. 00 to S.SOO.OO 

English Sheffield Plate, in 
Entree Dishes, Pudding 
Dishes, Muffin Dishea. .Cake,.; 
Baskets, Salvers, Trays, Tea 
Sets. Salt Ccliars,' etc. Eng- 
Ush Oak and Silver Goods, 
Fish Sets, Dessert Sets, Cut- 
lery Sets, Clocks, Cut' Glass, 
Cabinets, or Articles of Solid 
Sliver. A thousand and one 
suggestions at this ..store. 
Prices « to suit all pocket 
books, ^^ 

Crtme in and \'"<\.. < 
yrni Vioiv t wpn I 1 . . 1 1 u \ 
to sec you. 



Cll if 
• dad 



W. t1. Wilkerson 



■ I 1 10 .J c \M.: 1 C 1' 

9,15 GOVERNMENT 

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ST. 



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UAIE GQpp TRAClia 

OF CROWN QMNT. 

.\ND LICENSE 

TIMBER 

W-El^L SITUATED 



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■M...C. A. I.villdlnj;;. n.^xK'O. with novs- 



MOORE & WIIITTINGTON. 865 Yates St. 



It 



Fort George 



Wtm ^Lamber, Baalv. Doors, and a.U Xlmda et BtUJOlur ICatarUl, re u 

The 1 Taylor Mill Co. 



mn. Offte* ana TarAi; 



UaiiUd Z.UkUl«r. 
8116 iOovemnient St., P. O. Box «J1. 

wimmimmimmmmKmm>mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmt 



Telepltoae S84 



I can 



offer .-some 
about 



good 
acre-age, about 53.;^ niiles 
southwest qf the tow'nsitc; ' 

Field notes may be seen 
on application. 

Price 98 per acre 
Subject to prior s^ale 



it 



Ernest Brarnmer. 



Another Shipment x^i 

Centaur Wheels 

Have Just Arrived 




— AT.-- 



Harris & Smitli 

- 1220- Broad Street 
'Phone t.1«3 






■" T^el. 2095 
Office 644JiQft Street 



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Tho pru4lent njfln who helb-'ves V 
IplnctiiB his ln\e.'«tnHMit,i In those dis- 
tricts where the Ifri'dhis: ilnanctcrs c 
the world are tnrninK their iittcntinn. 
will draw Ills own cdtu-liislinjs frcm ili(> 
fact that Ala.««t<a. w here lt!<> 'o|| holdings' 
(i,f the Amal)iff»iiwti-d 1 ic\ <»l(i|inif.|)i 
company iiro 'sltuiUcd, Iirs diiriiiK' tin' 
p«lqt few. weeks br^i^n visited |it rsoitall.v 
by such leaders ul', tlij« money mar.krt 
as .Tiic'ib .Srhirr. the well-kii..\vn Xotr 
York bonker; a ,reprcsp-nta|.(.\<. of the 
CiuKgenheims. anfl othef iinim'lnent 
rapltfillsfs. These. men are not,, trti vel- | 
hiK for amuaenient onl.v, ' •and ut'on lOir ruin I," do ■nir best wiili 

— — — "-^•♦^ — —■ every or^er wo underfake. 

New supply, of funeral numbjers of' 
the Sphere, Illustrated London New'a 




-Contruclors 
and Builders 

STEEL 
, JOISTS 

VVe have In stock tho following 
Scotch sfccl Julats: 
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Immediate delivery or shipment 
as dciitred. 



l/lGlorlallllacFiinery Depot 



OUR PLUMBING WORK RESTS 

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•nn InfrrsTTDK: ".«!TT^'nk''f, and many will 
like to hear- sotn.othlHg of the work of 
lids aplendid order,.,. ' Refreshment?' 
will he' Kerved and tfie- Hrr.i'nRcinenl.s ] 
f'f.r the evonirisr \vlll lie ' thi;. sinnc ii.M i 



FOR YOUR FOWLS 



S6tnetHtii|f Jiew-and frntn 
a . good recipe— hi fa< : , 

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i|evol(>l>Iii' ' 
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■•est, Vancouver, 1 

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ryr.siOHT specialist 
P. 0. Box 22.S 

Governmer.t .M, Victoria 



Thopsand UlincJi.— Next ' Son^'ay; 

Ml'' S. , .S. Irofiiioirt will, make one- iif 

tlios.- ii'licliMiii trips amohfy the' tJiilf 

iir'li; iiping< 'lie hour at Mnync. 

:in.; uiig via; thc )ilcture.s(nie 

Canal. IMciilf p.-utics can' 

iicir I.KiKkel.s and l,un''h tinder: 

r'.i ' \'. K- .S. train, li-avlriR 

: : ■ 1 I ;i 111. Uefrenluiients and, 



Dry Hopper Food 



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in m )-hbor ^bOnt 

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Bannerrnan k Home 

^Broad a.^d Johnson 



I ahd,'crraphlc, Jilst reeelyeti ^y the Vlc- 

! toria- Bpok and Stationery Co. Ltd. 

' These- are all tjut of print in England 
' now. ' ,. .■.,--.. . • 

-_ 1 » ■ , ' .,^ 

Exoufsiohs amnii;, tl.o liiilf I.^ihihI^ 
WedfiepflH.vs an,i| SatirijflvH. Now Is! 

i ibatlmftto see these beaiitjful l.flanrfs.l 

I The nov'elt.v of this trip cannot be, ex -I 
celled .111 ally piirt of the world. .Take 
V. <& S?., train •cimnectTng "^vitii Mho 

] Btcamer al 'rticiney. l-j.r fiirllier in-! 

1 lormatioit telephone 511, , • .»' 



W.HEN WE ESTIMATE 

iiin the cosjL of cbanKinK your, old bath- 
r<>!,>vn into a handsome, sanitary one, 
you'll, be surprised t o : fl nd that our 
tiKiirCR will niit excoeTP'those of .any, 

llimiKh our WOtS is . admlttediy^i 

superior. . ' 




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The Colbert Plumbin g & 
Heating Co*, Ltd. 

755 Broughton Street Phone 



32 



ft. C., CrenO) 
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Mia.i* jlie n.atur,il flj(voT\ 
,l'i>r larKc tin. •' ■ • ■• 



Take a trip 'arimnd the .Sound by 

iBteanierS oT V. C. «• ..S- ■.t_;r.v_fit"Jllrij|; ', 
weekly.; tTht?an'--ewtn'^''TSt(^ Th, j ne""* 



Hosiery Bargaint.^r'-'a'^'f'i'' I'lain I 
black. ca.^hmVre',', cotton or lisle hose, | 
also cojo^vil — ^lHj*e/., cottoit iio.ii-. ilcg- i 
njar prlft?.: ifee.^" per paIr;/^peolrit price,! 



T-<:5 c.. .a p air. Roblii^n"ii 
642 Yatea stree^ . , 



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— .Don't mtSB Antalgnmaied bevelo|i-I 
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Lee Block 'Josnson- Street 



Block Josnson- 
.'Phone 2050 



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^moke has no 
effect itpori 
Malthviid Roofing 

Sulphur ftimet ground smelting 
, ihts, eit iijp « imetBl'root fa; 

, short pryer*. and very" fe'iiv'iotiior. 
matcriak-can-'AVithstand the at* 
tack. Malthoid Roofing doc» 
the hi|sin€s8. Engineers and 
bwncr.s of property in di,strict» 
affected hy~these fumes will save 
money by ld,oHng carefviny into- 
the merits of Ma'thoid. 
&r »pr.. 7I ■ -l-i-rii-: • V 

R. ANGUS^ 
Agent Wharf St 

Bjiwrersw 



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FAMilUON iCREENS 

111 all^ (juSrtttit^a ami '.p>iUern3 
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McClnry'B famous ,SLi.'ci 
ilcatUig rttoves at Clarkv 
13ia 'Whar,f Street, ueas; 
Street, Victoria. '< 



light in 
dealers. 



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chcHpetft ,1 ' 
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VieTOllfA-BAH^Y X30L0NIST 




ALE IS GOOD FOR 
ALL AILMENTS 




When vou order Ale from your dealer, you want the best , 
and purest.__ You don't want^toj)ay for "a headache in the 
morning:/-'— ¥ou '11 ai^roe to ^hat^'-we're sure. 

When you order Ales or B^prs here you skip the i m puri- 
ties: you get pure hop an d malt drinks, with sp ark ling life in 
them, too. Ales and Beer^ thaT you like to have in your home 
for yourself, your famil y and gues ts. ■ 



. . Only tlio bc.-l a!ul nU'-t 
— VV-i-nesy Laijuers^^ Licfi+eur- an 
*^tlHs~storeT~ 'i'hese, are s- M 



rrlialiK' hrands of All's, I'lirtors, 
I Mineral Waters arc m he found 
at popular prices. 



TEST OR PROMPT DELIVERY SYSTEM 
TRY OUR FINE OLD PORT AND SHERRY 



Tel. 1974 



CAPITAL qiY WINE CO. 

1327 Douglas Street Cor. Johnson 







Cotton Crepe 



Special 



?9 



In all colours, 2 

Reo:ular Price 25c 
SPECIAL- PRICE 



in. wide 



•**''■ ^fS***?'- 4?^«^: 




6^7^^ 



Open B 4,m. to 10 p.m,^ 



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Red JacKet 




"So Easy to Fix" 

Force^iiLift 




The Hickman Tye Hard- 
ware Company, Limited 



victoria. B. C. 



Au-.-nH 



Were Good ttieiij 

BE ST now ' 




The Soul oT a Piano ia thfc 
Action. Insist on 

OTTO HIGEL' 

Piano Action 



COMMENC ES ITS LABORS 

"(Continued from Page a.) 

i)erhap8 that I may be permitted to 
3fty. AS ,s«t utt.erly !ftll«fn from;, sumo 
circumstances and ImpUcatlona o£ it, 
thul I read with surprise and regret 
In the report of the board of regenta 
of Victoria university, as penned i>re- 
Humubly by the learned chanct-llor, 
amonK many most eiu-ouruglng stsite- 
j menlB, a strong plea for increase in the 
j professional Htufl', particularly In phll- 
I osophy, psychology and kindred suh- 
ijects; that the poaitloiis of personality, 
and Its relation.') In instru<'tioii be clear. 
I ly defined and (irmly held. Hero, I 
appreljeud,. 1» t'l*- rf>«t of the whole 
trouble; and It l.s satisfactory to Itnow 
that the eha^pcellor has his eye upon 
It. He evidchlly detects the delloctioJi 
and thf* sH-ggriiK whiei) forevet dellect 
further ami sag moi'e dangerously as 
they take in t'he .soaitagc from natural- 
ism, ratlonallsni and lncl|)lent heathen- 
ism unless timed up, braced up b> ade- 
quate conceptJoiis of God and num. 
Personality: rioudless, flH,\Vless Ideas 
of personality! The pej-sonality of 
God! Thf i)ersonalily of each and 
every man! This and this alone Is the 
basis of sound ethics! This, with what 
it implies, ia the Indestructible foun- 
dation of pure and true religion. A 
right and complete, a full -orbed person- 
alit.\-, Imnuinent and transcendant and 
free; In natural law and in mlrachs 
adj\isting many a conllict. Without It. 
- Tis -flt^prch (>ndert-bf^th-c'"c om iiiTm--nrfe4 
acoonllng to thf will of God 
110 conviction of sin or 



churcheB. separate or Joined together, 
as may In the good providence af our 
Coil be determined. Bald unlim, even If 
accomplished in our time, may be de- 
ferred yet for years; aiul I do not 
think we ur oar people should with- 
hold 0\ir hahrts, sln*-Hen our -pare, or 
take or omit any/ important step to 
our damage and loss out .of deference 
to , the contemplated uniot^, ^ We cer- 
tainly will do nidhlng tojlim)ede, re- 
tard or prevent it; but we ;us certainly 
wi-U not wekken oi(irselves by waiting 
for it or adapting our course to Its yet 
problematicul re()bi>"emen,t«. We will do 
as our brethren of the other churches 
are dohig^ — keep our sall.s in full stretch 
to the airs of heaven, ..that when we 
all enter, there may be abundant en- 
trance. We cannot meet V.ur obliga- 
tions to- God and the people'by acting 
othenwlso concerning It. We ate not 
yet by any means prepared to consum- 
mate the union. V\'e are not yet reitd'y' 
to desist .and declare that af?ltatlon 
regarding it cease. But we miist ever 
be ready to maintain our church In 
Its efficiency. So we maj- gH'e dtie al- 
tetttlon to our economy, and the place 
of tho--g-«ie.ral >iup£idi}te-ndent In, it, I 
am persuaded some balance wheels and 
posslidy «ome directive and riiotor 
equipment sould be iiitroUuce.d into our 
economy to advantngc. in some regards 
bur centrifugal forces are stronger 
tha-n -the .centri^J»tal; and there are 
those who »:\y that- in other regards 
(iulte the opposite Is the case. Such a 
machinery may easily get out of sfiape,. 
axid--£ear biiiding too snugly on some 




in be 
conversion, 
Kven a secular college ought, to teach 
and. maintain this moral, ethical and 
civil personality it it would build and 
fortify the commonwealth. A religious 
ami theologic.ar college that does not 
hold It aloft as in the light of noonday 
and proclaim it and the spiritual per-, 
sonality and what It Involves as from 
the mountain top.<? Is a perversion and 
a failure, if not a sijare. Personality In 
its absolute unity and accountability, 
its Intelligence, conscleHce, freedom, 
feeling and will l.s the clamp, the clasp 
of steel that must keep all lines of 
Investigation and knowledge In fiiU 
stretch and each In Its own place. 
Thnmgh it must .paaa the physical and 
l^h.- metaphysical aJxdLSCJ entlflc and the 
philosophic, the rational and splrltxioi, 
the moral and. religious.,. The clasp 
nwist hold or The strtnga- slacken. <lan» 
Kle and fall Into confti^ion. This Is 
b.>atbenlw m or far on fhe road to It. 
This is precisely wliat Tpaiil meant of 
the heathen world ^hen he, said: 
"When they knew GrVd th<;y grl-wlfled 
him not as God, nelt/ier were thank- 
ful; but became vain In their Imagina- 
tions and their foolish heart was dark- 
ened.' Ood gave them oyer to a repro- 
bate, mind to do things that are not 
convenient. On the Godward side per- 
sonality means creation, revelation. In- 
spiration. Rvithorlty, superhuman act, 
miracle; on man's side It Is regenera- 
tion, adoration, obedience, reason, 
faitb. This we should hold If we drop 
everx-thingclse to hold It, or give up 
the pr (it»ne o of university education. 
Y-ou will see I am decidedly With our 
chancellor In stiffening up the rortccp- 
tlon and clarifying the Idea of the per- 
sonality of God and man In the In- 
struction of the colleges. And I think 
we could find half a dozen Methodist 
superannuates who could and would 

do It.. . , . 

Union »f Cfnurohwr 

"The question of church linlon, .Im- 
portant beyond7aW-*«tiw*te. muat come 
before the -conference and be con sldcr- 
ed by.lt in all earnestness and serious - 
ness. The report of our section of the 
joint committee on the subject will no 
doubt bring the whole matter fully -be- 
fore us. The protracted illness of the 
secretary, the Rev. Dr. fiutherland, and 
his recent ;nuch lamented death, have 
devolved upon the chair the prepara- 
tion of the report as published !.»■ the 
agenda.-T'" 

"That these religious communions so 
firmly established 'm their present 
form, some of them for centuries; so 
long settled upon distinctive principles, 
and contending Earnestly for them; so 
separately In polity and administra- 
tion and diverse In usage and. In some 
cases, in doctrine; so widely extended 
with multiplied relationships and Instl- 
tutlbns among, the nations, and In our 
own land as elsewhere, grown to such 
strength and efficiency, should have 
become so modified In spirit and senti- 
ment- as^-to-nwvc one towards the, other* 
and contemplate organic union; union, 
TTTir-rttThr-lh form, but ahtp-4n ytfbstagge 



bearlirgs and playing loosely on others. 
This, of course, means Irregular and 
Ineiffective motion. There Is. often a 
loss of power. Such a condition might 
well be expected In arrangements 
made on certain considerations and 
under certain circumstances In 1883-4, 
When no^ a quarter of a century 
afterward the cniJronment has very 
much changed, and the amount of ma- 
terial to T>e~hirnaTedr"itf-wbTlr~to be 
dbne, has so greatly Increased. . The 
marvel Is tbnt we have done So"iifell. 
•'The opening up and- rapid occupa- 
tion of our vast territory In the west, 
the expansiorT of missionary enterprise 
there, as well as Its extension In the 
ends of the earth; the consequent tn- 
I'rease In the number of departmen 
and agencies; the multiplication of 
eilucatlonal in,'}tlLutlona;^a.nd the gen-, 
eral necessary development of 
work ot. the-: church, as — I n S un day 
schools and Epworth leagues. In a 
more potent.Tevangellsm; the call for 
an extended Journalism and Its ai- 
Juncts; the moral and spiritual forces 
demanded by the times; the strenuous 
activities reqtHred In the several 
spheres and In the- mo^'ements of thfe 
chqrch as u whole, .won Id seem to In-, 
dicate that over a territory tff_lhouH- 
ands of miles there nm.s.t be a heavy 
strain upon at least some parts of the 
economy. Often there must be a ten- 
dency to divided Interests and to In- 
fluences at variance, U not In direct 
opposition. Upon this conference de- 
volves 'the. duty of looking calmly over 
the scene and making adjustment.-*. 
We have,. It Isf true, a bond of unity in' 
boards and conferejuces.' especially in 
our noble board ofmL-wiona and in this 
great retpresentatlye body, our general 
conference. WIb have vigor and effi- 
ciency ln_our official positions and In 
our earnest anrf "-y '•♦•''U'>. super Iht'cndeh-'' 
cles and secn ■ s. But it occurs 

to me we fait o;. :... :;»e hand to gath- 
er up and wisely dlte(!'t nil the strength 
thejc Is ..In thew^i^ ^'i^sral departdients, 
and on the ol! ^ we aVft weaken- 

ed by dl^ressii.. 'y divlBlons that 

might be avoidecL \V^ *oul.d. In many 
cases, be helped by greater consistency 
and continuity of, plan and action by 
a vigorous executive agency thr^>ugh- 
out tl;e entjre church. As It Is now, 
possibly an "effetStlve general superin- 
tendent may accothpMah soniethlng. 
But, and I speak from a. little experi- 
ence In the case, . we have so multl* 
piled departments, branches, boards, 
committees and sub-committees, con- 
ferences," and consultations, that , If 
business Is In any fair degree att<»nd- 
cd to, the general supVrlntendipnt 
amounts to little but r court, or board 
chairman, or a committee hafk. If that 
Ijs what Is intended, expected or desir- 
ed by our church, all Is well. I know 
for a fact, and It cannot have escaped 
the notice of others, that our Method- 
Ism suiters time and again, and Is 
often, as compared with . others,.' put 
to dlsft<lv«.nta«e in .social, >hil -and 
public relationships, and especially In 
a time Uke this, in great popular, pa- 
triotic, interdenomintittonal, beneCoTent 
And rellglouitly educational movements. 
To cite a slpgle Instance from scores. 



be, avoided. Men In manaling boards 
have their sympathies and' sometimes 
their partlaUiies a» well as. el,ne where. 
Personal poituiarlty may show itself 
and exert Its Influence. Again, one 
branch of a business or operative sys- 
tem may secure larger money returns 
than another branch of the same sys- 
tem Just us necessary to the business 
in lt.s entirety and requiring equal 
ability and skill to conduct It. In such 
a case the man nearest the Intlowing 
stream niay imagine he does It all and 
Is apt to get the crc-dtr," 'fnid the cash, 
to(.>, even though the labors of another 
had contribut<>d largely to the success.' 
While there must be gradations In \ 
work and pay, uiKiuestionaAbly the man : 
who does exceptioruil work may have' 
a claim upon eXi.>!ptlonHl compensa- j 
tlon; yet in such an establishment .as 
o)ir connbxlonal institutions sonielhlug 
of a balance must be preserved. It | 
niiglit be regarded as the operation of 
H iperulcious principle to pay most for 
the. service that at MrsL glance appears 
to bring in most money, l-fas the num 
tit au-eh a-i>t*int of advantage a rlKlil 
to expect and urge if.' In ih^ high 
prossuciV'O'f nn annual or semi -annual 
lioard of commritee meeting It i.s not 
alway.'? that coolness of judgment Is 
niaintalned. There is often action under 
siuideii Impiilse. A specUil plea -for In- 
crease on personal grounds in individ- 
ual cases may have undue weight. 
\\ hit WMiild seem to be deslral)le 
WiMilii li.' .1 pelimlir ifview and po.ssi- 
t)iy" readjustnu-nt of '.saTariea,.. adapting 
them to the times. Certainly the ."ial- i 
arleathar barely met the case ..ten or | 
tifteen years ago are not adequate to- | 
day. i.Vhlle on tlie one hand our breth- 
ren enga-ged in our Institutions, even | 
as our ministers on all our fields, are 
assumed to prose<^tHe their- work j 
though there be personal privations 
and self-denial, on the- atJier— haoid^ it- 
certainly Is neither fair nor fraternal 
to exact 'such privations when they 
can be avoided. Having called the at- 
tention of the general conference to 
this matteis. I leave it with the co nfer» 
enee, '"■'-'^,' 

Ecum«nical Conference. 
The Ecumenical conference of 
Methodism, due to be held In the sum- 
mer of 1911, will asstimble In 'Toronto 
' There are to be five hundred deb - 
gates; two hundred from the ea.'-t.in 
s^tion and three , hundred froni the 
" ern. We are entitled j to twenty- 
four .J^epresenlativea.whoin-Jhjs con- 
ference will likely appoint] The Gen- 
eral conference will nti.-dloutLt d.o Its 
utmost to complete arrangements foi 
the unctoa+ifled .sut-cess of the Ecu- 
menical conference. 

At the meeting of the General con- 
ference special committee, on X>ecerri- 
ber ath, IHQS, correspondence was to 
hjind regarding It. The matTer was re- 
ferred to the local sub-commlttec of 
the Special committee, with power. 
Four commissioners. Carman, Brlggs, 
Maclaren, Fudger, were, upon the in- 
atructiomrT-eceived, as passed at the 
hini Ecumejjlcal conference, ultimately; 
appointed to confer on the subject 
with the Methodlsnis of the Western , 
•section. These commissioners have as- i 
sodated themselves with several local I 
committees in dlfTerent places as their 1 
duties require. All the committees ' 
liave their work In due process. 

Reference was made to the laymen'.s ' 
missionary movement. 

7 , Financial Scheme. 
A scheme covering the local and or- | 
dinary circuit finances of the church 
and theif relations to connexlonal 
finance will, under the authority of the 
Cfcneral conference special committee 
be presented for consideration to the j 
conference, with a vleW to introducing j 
bettor methods and greater efflclency 
Into our church finance. It Is confi- 
dently expected that its universal or 
even general adoption by the church 
win largely. Increase our Income and 
faclllate Its distribution throughout the 
various departments of the work. To 
this end it is Rope'dTRe fonTSFence will 
carefully consider the plan as sub- 
mitted and adopt such, legislation as 
will as speedily a« possible render it 
eftectlve throughout the connexion. 
Church Court*. 
L,egl8iatlon : is needed bearing upon 
some of our church courts and moc|es 
of trial and produce., Fdr Instance, 
there Is a case In . hand In which 
charges were laid ^gainst a minister 
of a conference other than that to 
which the party laying the charges be- 
longed, but bqth parties residing with- 
in the same conference. , It seemed 
greatly to the convenience of all con- 
cerned that there- should be-*- change 
of yienue. „ w. t iloli. was — appjied for. 



The Woman W ho Cooks 




.Can scarcely he anything but a good 
cook It she uses one of Moffau:» Jlue 
liangei", a 

CANADA^; 
RANGE 

Not a magrical cooker and haker, hut 
a genuine gooil and econonilxail range. 
Square without warrfilhg closet, 
price l<0. Otiieir prices up to a 
Complete Range with latest devices 
of coil. Warming Clo,set and 1^-lnch 

fi\'».n . . ■ ^w.» 



DRAKE HARDWARE ea 

6o8 Yates Street Cor. GovernmerirStrect 




In the city can save money if she purchases her (.jrocenc^ 
-' '""■ " '— — '~*r-. — ^— ' from the 



Anti-Combine Store 



HIGH QUALITY AMTtX)W P Rf CE G ALL. T aE-^JMli- 
You will mak€ no mistake if you let us have yp.ur orders" 



CALGARY RISING SUN BREAD FLOUR. 
jxT '^ack , . *■■■■■■ 






WK ARK. Si.iO U 1 X O Til H 

Smallest 
Grand Piano on 
the Market J 



i iiin i.-v" the- iiisLy 

jSraii d, i Ws, Jv,Qti ld b6 pi^as- 



ed to have yoil come, in at 
any time and hear it, l^eau- 
t i f uJ in tone, design . anrl f in- 



isn 



Fletcher Bros. 



Ml].,;.- I ic'iicft 



r'o'i/V cff«»^T"' 



and deed, is certainly one of the mos 

remarkable movements, if not one of a m*" '^*'*"*'^^"^'^*°''"*'''" ^^^ place 
the mo.st stupendous revolutions in 
ecclesiastical history. If successfully 
consummated to the glory of Ood, sure- 
ly It is the mights' God that , leadeth 
i.fin the armies? And Surely It Is not de- 
.slrable that it he consummated unles.s 
the Lord God Almighty lead us there^ 
In? We want no questionable fohnda- 
tlons, no devlotrt bypftthsr -»H»--«ncer- 
taln, unsteady stepa. In prayer and 
faith and obedience we must have a 
clear vision, and be strong and well 
assured Ui tl^e way of our going. 
Whether unlotv come or not, there. must 
be much anxiety- and labor. If union 
come who can tell the Immensity of 
the responsibility? What with circuits 
and fields of labor, with the congrega- 
tions of otrr people so dearly beloved, 
with quarterly officials boards, dis- 
trict meetings and conferences, with 
otiT church properties and dlvorslfled 
Interests, our conne.\lnnal funds nrwl 
establishments, our missionary and 
educational enteni)rlse», our -boojc 
rooms and publishing plant.-' our de- 
partments and officiary, does the task 
not seem too-great -fop—h4*mRn wisdom 
and strength? Is It not utterly beyond 
otir power and the resources . atjiTour 
cornmand to lead these churches Into 
a compact; mighty, effective host for 
<;pd ahd'KIs Kingdom^? How many 
differences to reconcile! Mow many 
problems to salve!"Hnw Tnany Inti'lciri 
cles and perplexities to unravel! What 
ofrportunltles for dl.sjtractlon, ci>nten- 
tlon and itrlfe! Truly nothing but th6 
love of God passeth knoT\-lpdge anfflhe 
jieace of God that 1)asseth all under- 
standing, the ."iplrit of wisdom, of pow- 
er and of a sound mind. Is sufficient 
for these things. T iie .ilesl gnatlon-itnd 



$L75 

MORTON'S ENGLISH RASPBERRY VINEGAR— «> r 

jarge bottle , .". . •> • »•« V»!. ...... ■- • •. • ■ £-*J^ 

Why use second quality cream wften we pan supp.ly | rk _ 

yoiJ with CANADA FIRST-^Tl ?p"2g ^5rTan, foc.^. . . I Ul 
FINEST GRANULATED SUGAR— - ^j 1^ 

The sweetest sugar made. 2o-[b. sack.^ <]) I • I O - 

INDEPENDENT CREAMERY BUTTER— 

'? lbs. f(.>r •,. • •.•■■:.' • • J. . . • • • • 

PURE LARD— WiM Rose-^.^^B. tin; 6t>c ; 

5-I!). iin • 

ROYAL BACON^side:— «^o 

per lb. • - • ^O^ 

■ NICE MILD CURED HAM— 

per -li). 

ANTI-COMBINE TEA*^«?*-^ 



$1.00 
$1.00 



24c 



1 he best tea ofier^iajyne |nce^ 3 IbsHof . • 



$1.00 



., \'enMe, „w.ihom. — waw . ._ 

readliv assented to, and uiider provls 
Ions Of discipline duly obtained. "When 
the charges had been duly placed In 
the hand.s.of the chairman of the dls- 
at\d dignity of his church In a great trict. who, under 'the change of venue. 



Copas & Young 

. THE ANTI-COMBINE GROCERS . 

Plioncs 04 and 0.^ Fort Street 



1: -The- out|i 1' dl wells o£_tho 

JrAma^gamad .! I' . : ipment company 
Ih'asa'hbme market ready and waiting 

I at i*" 'l'""-<' 'tir- .-'rDKiiirl io .'MfiskB and 

i I ! ' ' «e ;i nd ^'rowing 



demarcation of fields, the arrangement 
settlement and dlspos.il- of properties 
the appointment ami (listrilmtlon of la- 
borers," the. C' inriimen't 
of governing 1 , 'iilestence 
and co-operation of the membership, 
the harmonlzatlori^ of systems and, 
methods, scores /rf ' dlffi.cult undertak- 
ings In scores and hundred.s' of places, 
eonBtltute' a task before w,hich the 
rashest may pauise nff*1 tlie iir.i\e.st 
may hesitate and • ■ ' ■ 

General Supermtendont 

hn n-ell t.i r<m5<i'l'"-' tlH' •■'- 



public function In Canada and simul 
taneously attend the session of a mis- 
sionary conuui-sslon In Ne\y York or 
North Carolina. The matter of public 
fimctlons and of duties and relations 
to the whole people of the Dominion 
or the Empire, may, ■ In the eyes of 
?ome, be- of little or nO Importance. 
But In my humble- opinion our Can- 
adian Methodism owesltNto Itself and 
to Canada and to the world at large 
to provide for Its public and e.ven .na- 
tional relationships. Some of our needs 
could be. In a measure .met by a 
lengthened term of pi^esldency; but not 
all. Were the general superlntendency 
made stronger It might, imder proper 
regulations,, organize about Itself an 
effective- eyangellsmT This is strongly 
called for by sc'veral of oitr ■ depart 



tarlates l8 at once n.n Indication and a 
proof' that something Is here required. 
-I' se*^ many jiotent reasons why this 
stibjrct should en.gage the serious eorn- 
sideratlon Of the conference, and why 
iiome bf the' evident needs of obr con- 
dition and work. should he m^t.by the 
provlsloris here SiiggeWrff. m, on .sbme 
wiser i)lnn, Amijng the - Prea1>yterlans 
the annuai-inefiti: ~ ' "*- 'r_ xie.awaU, 
assembly acromi>' ■' (hal: can- 

not be expected '01 <>iir .|'eii ennlH_Lgen- 
erjul conference, and their expenses In 
this regard are greater than ours. In 
my humble opinion there -should be at 
liasPrS^T^ffpctlve men In our general 
superlntendency, both for counsel and 
action. ' ~ 

• 8al«rl«».. 

.-_'.'i t Is In rtiv judgment advisabJ** to 
"cRU attention to another matter, even 



Should conduct the— ttial, after effort 
he -made return to the complainant- 
that no minister would serye as a 
member Df the desired and summoned 
committee (ff trial. Thus It was found 
Impracticable to bring > the case to 
trial, and the change of venue was fu- 
tile. Some remedy should be found for 
such a situation. 

Here \ , ' '«her Instance of a kind 
calling for relief. A minister Is duly 
tran.s'ferrfd from one conference to an- 
other earl v In April, transfer to take 
effect at given date. At this -district 
meeting In the conference out of which 
he transferred, charges are laid sub- 
sequent to th edate fixed for his trans- 
fer. It piav be easy to rule he goes 
.over th;e line under tlie charges; biit 
how about stationing such a man In 
his new conference, under . charges? 



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1 Below the Assessed Value 



A FINE CORNER. ON THE GORGE^ 
■ROAD, 110 X lib, cleared, a beautiful 
homesite'. , This property is a.^isefe.sctl at 
$r,8oo, but for a few days the owner' will 

sell at ..V'..... ?1,500 

Terms can be arranged. 

QUADRA STREET CORNER, 120, foot 
s(|uarc. with three houses. This property 
i s as^ses^reTt^at {f57,&)Or ~ (hvncr in need of 

cash, and will accept. .$7,500 

Terms can be arranged 



menta. The Increase of all the secre- •^nd.iiow.aboijiJCsP. b'"''^K'"K ^^^^^ ^^P*'"'^'' 



tlon between the conferences as to 
make the procedure as clear ajul au- 
thorltatlvt* on one side of the llni? as 
on the other? • .Something seems to be 
lacking here. ' ■ - 

Supervision of Records. " 
_-M.ucl1f3roTTfnslon and dffflctiltVare 
constantlv arising because of la;ck an^J 
InrperfectKin of circuit records, especl- 
« n , w. , triiHtW l>u a ca ...i r ac nr d' ». and b aj P tls.^- 



"!• 'TKIV 



Cheap . coadlng. for campers and 
alhcrs: We are clearing a lot of our 
7Bc copyright novels at 25c each, 
five for $1.00. Victoria Book, i.- ,su. 

lionery Co.. I,tmlted. 
.»■ .■ 
Leather and serge tarns for boys 
and girls at' special , prices. Serge, 
fine; leather, 7r)C. nnd 85c. each. Rob - 
InHuns Ca«,h Slot-, t^i: Viitcs street.* 



v..:..:;;: ptlplls for embrnideri 
of all kinds.-- -Mrs. E. (li •)' 
Broughton .Street. 



Wiw-k 



Th'- Canadian Who's Who, publi.-^herl 
by the' London Times, on sale at V'lc" 
torl.i Book^ Stationery Co., Limited. • 



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■quots Is xvlthdravvn from 

.'It' until 'fui'thcr notice. • 



:mi\v spt'.ik tlic n>orc frcclv, a 
nnal efiuation does not c-.i, o 

doubt the church union movemcut lias 
its bearing on any proposition made 
r^'SrnTdln^ttr-BTit, 'union or no'ViWoti, 

we are in duty bound In this eotvfep-j-<>e— tnter-eBtSj-^the -plan-hfts -Justified It- 
encp to do the best practicable thing self In generally .satisfactory results, 
for the Methodist church, f'.id so In^ Yet It .comes to pass that things be- 
the ^givfig&xo and end for all the cur that should I"', and po;i¥ibI.\ n. 



though It be of a iBomexvhat delicate 
nature. Xl^ftgelTerH^ advance In the 
cost of llvltig lays upon ijs the neces- 
sity of revising the salary list In most 
of our -church a'gencles. It \ti eVcry- 
whcre conceded that nbtwlVhat^^ntllng 
a few, excetdions our ministry,- evcn-.,oii 
our own stanfjard of mere support, la 
und^rfiaid! H[a.iipily many of our. peo- 
ple nnd of our quarterly official" boards 
arc seriously lonsiderlng: the sltuatlbii 
.ind applying a remedy? This confer- 
ence may be able to do something In 

Mid of 90 Just and essential an -effort,..] iTn.s hcciLCun3.l!lerfrV_...hy'--7:-^e .g^'J^i 

< \-eral connexlonal institutions 

.;trn,ents the salarbfs to be paid 
,\i.o as .inrle determined by the boards 
of management or control. Pos.slbly no 
l)etter method could on the wRoTe be 
devised or adopted ! and consider! n;,' 

ihe'yeanf'bt oif)«irnti(m-ffinrTRimTpircTt .s- 



mal rcglsti-rs. Very Important Inter 
eat are Involved on Official action, per- 
sonal relfftlons and property rights. 
Our frequent removals and changes in., 
the mlnlstrv arc very apt to. leave us 
all at sea i*i such mat'lers. Chairmen 
of districts should Ijc more particularly 
cTTarged tnthls case, ..'<.nd the general 
superlntendency. If authdrtzed,^ could 
render valuable aid. 

The W. IVT. S. Memorial. 
, It will be borne In mind that the 
Woman's Xllsslcmary society hasiask^ 
ed of the General conference' the adop- 
tion of soriie plan by which that go- 
ctetv might have readier access to tha 
children and' young people__of_ tha 
church, bbtlrfor educa'ttonTh missions 
and sharing financially Uijthe firoduct 
of their labors In this regaird. As mat-' 
ters now stapd. In children are as- 
sumed, to be In: the Sft*ibath schools; 
and' the.se schools are an important 
factor In the conatltupncy of th(\,gen- 
•.■ral,b"iiard of -mbsslfina. T 



MARRIOTT & FELLOWS 

019 Trounce .\ venue 



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board of missions and by sub-com- 
mittees ap.i).olnted b> it;, and the result 
Of their dellberatiMUS \\lll bp iilaicd be- 
fore the conference. 

Course of Study. 

niRlcuitv iiilfieH and tnucli .u 

In conferciicos on the time anci work 
for gradvvallon aivd-^ ortllnatlon as a 
minister. The present ? t -intlons. 
page 93, regarding tlm. .-Ircult 

.md then at college an.; ,n aludlr?', 



with so many prcd.)atloner'a so con- 
stantly varying their methods nnd pro- 
^-&ggL_fji!am nect>Hait>- or otherwlsfLa_do. 
not seem to be clear and confer<;nces 
differ In th<ftr Interpr.etatlon and ad- 
TnTHlstratlon In tblsTegWFdri'robation- 
ers could be advanced in the course 
wltb-greater unfrormity, and so, likely 

with Increased "MTrrroug h nesa . — :=l-he 

'clause that seems moSt perplexing Is 
On j)age 93, viz.; "And one- year may 
be allowed for such attendance before 
b«dng received on prwibatlon." ao ,lbiit 
the four years for a E!.A. man Invarl- 
ably. we may .say, are figured down 
to three, by holding that with two 
years on a circuit and, wne at college 
the term is- filled. Antiual conferences 
exercise tfre utmost liberty tillowed In 
slich matters. There Is a dlspt>sltlon 
to think Oi« discipline somewhat., ex- 
acting. There shQukL be a .standard 
Clearly plOGCd and HVmly held, with 
lltlle or no opportunity of pHtj-Wilf-^n^t 
or loose; while in the Interest of the 
newer field|i there should or mightbe. 
safe procedure as t6 supply In needy 
cases within rt'asonably easy roach. It 
wxmld V>erjy«ll. In thr liitfiC£!Sl_QX.. imL-- 
'formlty IrT the (;onference to' make a 

distinct' ' ■■"'■n t with .prot^e sses ni.>r-.' 

clearly ..L _: ..-.-.., :.... ■ ■.. 

Ex .Officio. "" ■'" 
The ,p:"p'>.«ii i.-i.n .'OHIO.'' forward to 
the G/>neral conference that heads Of 
departlfnents and possibly their assocl- 
• iti'H be admitted ex-officlo as rnem- 
l.-r.'t -if the General conference! The 
(.k'ueral conf»rcnce, like the British 
House of Commons, should be, whoih 
representnt Ivo In its character. Through 
such a nucleus ofdepartrnental ofTl - 
rers it might be possible unduly In 



.s;\rral ilir.i li.ju.s ■ trt Influence and 
sWay the conference.. Th*^ present ar- 
-.raiigement Is the safer and the Bett'ei' 
nnd tlie more In harmony with the 
character and Intt'-nt'of a Oenertfl con- 
ference. No doubt evlU«i ma>; arise lb 
the present H>'s^tpCJ^!ut It Rieoms to me 
In the end bertcr' to secure freedom 
^faction and bnparttnl judgment. .Bo- 
gt d es. I t -br-mnrc In harmony .A^ith our 
long tried and well approved British 
system of legislation. 
JJcerftiates of Conference and Mission 
Board. 

f'rom the necessities of the work we 
have establlslied a systcim of licensing-' 
local preachers .and. others to baptize 
and administer lh£__g.acra.inent, and 
When allowed, by civil law- to solem- 
nize matrimony. Possibly s'tich llcen- 
ti'ates after certain years of eefvlco 
might by vlrtu'e of such license be- 
come, hiomliers of the quarterly (ifflcial. 
board, .whi''h is an admlnlstratlvf'' find 
not a I'effislatlve bn^y, and so have a 
pT^ice in the control of the circuit' of. 
mission. Something of this kind wotild 
Increase the influence of true and 
:^firtthful men and mo strengthen the 
(Conttnued on I»agc l'-* 



-;'Not^- -minute should 'b«-' lost when 
a child shows symptoms of . croiu>.._. 
Chamberlrfln's Cough . Remc^^ly given 
as. soon as the child becomes hoarse,- 
or even after the rrouin- .ftueh ap- 
pears, will preVepi "^"Id 
bi all dealers. 



i! c. Crerim "has 

Now l|0 cents tot iai 

gr' 



Cow U) ( 

Tocera. ' 



'hu, at 



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\\'£MiimM'&ima0eifidjfiiM 






VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



Tuatday, August 16, 1910 



HANDSOME. NEW 




Now that the ilays arc hcg:inning.to!.shorlcii, 
the lijj^ht (|ue>liiiii is duc thai musi he considereil, 
W'c lia\o reecnlly- rt'cci\e(.l. a magnificent -hip 
mcnt of iClcctroliers ; among these now .ini\;!l> 
are some handsnme (iesigiis and' fini'^hini;^. 

Space will not i,)ermit of nwv .^ning in';^ Ui ■ 
^.,i4a4i4-w« vvfuild therefore ask that you inspect the 
at 3-otir leisure. "' ' . 




r=r 



In Woman's Realm 



HERE AND THERE 

Th6 very large audience which groet- 



fliill child has injuroil himself In th« 
au<.'mpl u» lake a hlRlicrijlaee or given 
111. the stiiiKtfle in despair. The I'J.ve 
III' learning and a sense of duly "r«j 
'cTf^leherar'WrOeoVtV Baden PoweUi.n relied upon lu ihe same extent an 
I 1111 Saturdav night was greatly plea-sedi^jg spirit of. v-onip*'tit-lou.. In the 
! l>.\ hlii address. There vwa« nothing I |„-i,«ary Hchoots, huwever, a better 
■ •<( Ihe sternness ii.sunlly 8upi'>'«'^'' V"''« ! order of ihliiRs has sk in, ttnd It is 
I ehanicteristlc of the .soldier in" Uils| to \,q hoped the rel'onu will extend 
I uiHn- who has se"l on fool "a movement: till It embraoes all. ' ' 

i whieti is spreiuUnK sm rapldl.v amonyi There ure i(.>\v ieai-her» or pareiita 
I lioys-. of iill nalinu^<. It Was a matter I who will agree with tJeneral Baden 
..I .surprise tu miui\ to learn thai in ! PuvpI'i that there Ks not ample oprior 



Ih. 



Ill 



HINTON ELECTRIC CO. Ld. 



plan as outlined by" its I'lninder' ! tunJty for Ihe teaehers id' ■ tlu.L j&eiiouia- 



I there Is nothing of hatred or animos-l t 

I ity against' an.\- nation much h'.ss 

I against any individual. 

I Tlio virtues upon whii h .-^tie.'^s is 

! laid ate fomradeship, .seir-saci;ifiee 

'and niiM,! \\ 111 to all.' These arc the 

■ sentinieiiiM that will, Iti the end, make 

nitr Hnpr>snibhs ■ 'I'hat -thetwv nia.y -eslst 

tide l.y side with the highest eotiraKO 

ii'.d tlic, greatest ertiPtPliey seetiis also 

I I lie a part of the Seouts'- creed, litit 



teach the buys and Rirls umler, their 
charge lesson.-i ^ In ethics. From th'-e 
nioinent the clilld enters the class 

ni in the morning tilt the chwe o£ 



r.oot 




In Chicago there are twtt women 
who are tjuielly proving that the most 
dlfflcult tusks may be uccomidl.shed 
and the harde.^t prolilems stdved by 
women^. Nclithor of these great workers 
need ask any aTli iwa m^-t.»- l)e,„aAacU;,.iQr 
Ihcm'owrne" to the (.lualities that ill!!- 
tlngnish women from men. Perhaps it 
was her tenderness of heart that made 
Mlas Adams reali/.i- the great need for 
worit amowg the girls ot a Idg cKy. 
I^i^t doubtless many men felt this need 
as keenly as she did. But it was her 
cMunnion sense and her great Pxeeutlv^ 

aBllTty thfTl "lieTpecV'Tief -llnd ■"aTid -pirr 

In oT^erniion a remedy. In this she has 
had many followers tuid working wo- ; 
men in most cities of the civlll/.ed j 
vvorW,- Will Hve happier Hyes l)pcnu.«e 
this big-hearted woim n ti;ir- li\(.l 
worked and wrote. 



Do You Want a Baby 

GRAND PIANO ? 



HEINTZMAN & CO. 

(Slightly Sdiled hy Cniieert Hire) 

-Aise-fiii ■■rprip;ht" I'iaiio 1)_\ -ame ni;iker 

Both Instruments in 1 'erfect,. d uuli; iwn 



^v> 



An Exceptional Bargain Opporlunity 



M. W. WAITT & CO., LIMITED 



Herbert Kent, Manager 



1004 Govern-ment Street 



;nid 



Government Street. 



Victoria. B.C. 



were first admlltci i^ llie L'nlveislly 
(d' Jicrlln. Among tli'' niatriculanls 
was Fruiileln .Schwenke, daughter "1' 



FRUIT 




-prinsrs eternal^'' but; sr.i^Hise irtvestment in our 
i,- iM-.tv- resuHs-that can be foreseea^afKlr'^eoaated 



I'ruii Si- 

on. , . , :"■,." '■■-; _, . „'■//,';•■■ ;..-.J.' '■ ;■' ' 

We have^aline lofe=©l-d«aii, licaftRy^anid strong stocky to_ 
pick from, and a catalogue that is, fl^ost iitrrere&ting to horti- 
culturists and flower lovers. Free for the asking. 



TheVancouver IslandNilrseryCo.Ltd. 

S0MEN05 ,__ 



school such lessohs arc being instill- 
ed oonsclously or unconsciously. it 

would be very unfortunate if tin- 

teachers, should feel tha.t tlie> cunld 

transfer the respousibllit.v for the 

traiidng .d the children In ciU7.enshi|>, 

to, an.v organization, however excel- 

■: l'.:l'_i?*'J5L']is. ^i""*-' tnuglit by practice, lent. They .share with the parents thft' ]Yerr Schwenke, chief director of Om- 

' and" the. boy .trained as Cetieral Uaden di'ty of *tlje jnoltllnK of the character j^^,,^.jjj .nhrary of Berlin. This young I 

I'owell would have liim trained, may (jf. ttieir pupils. Tills duty they can- j.j^j'y ^^^^^ j^,^j ^^.,„., ty^. j,i,,st coveteil 
\ be trusted In- manhood to sec what not escape. Tlielr influence for good ,jf all honors, the Kaiser's prize tor the 
] his duty is and to ftdlow it wherever or evil will always remain a perman- jj^j^t essay. The suhiert was a very 
I It will lead him. :': 1 ent possession of each chiia,j«liailQii»M..d«»uua MiSr-Safebe i' .i;' ,:»(»£. ■Fj;£4ij5rlck, 

1 -^t la-iutp'UiiiiUlt^r-UowcAcr, not to feer umler their caro. , , , ! the Great." ■ ,. 

; that the success of the plan remains But though the training received in j ^ -• ,-— -;v. - 

; to a great c.vtent in tlie hands of those t-amp and field cannot take, the place , ^^^^ Ottawa Free Pr6«« tells a story 
I older hovs aiid men who take upon of that re<Hdved in the schoolrotmi, it ^^^ interest ttTaTl readers in the west. 
1 themselves the responaibllity of its ea- may add to it much that is of great .^ business man of Hamilton, Thus. Le 
I ecution. The organlaatjon mwet be value. That.lt will do so Is the hope Messerter, failed and went to Vancou- 
; directed bv.., men who love_J)ais and of those who have seen the heglnnlng y^^ L,Ilfe many others he acijulred a 



of this Boy Scouts movement. Is j^odest fortune. X,ater mariy of his 
there not another^ hint for teachers In former creditor s received che ques f or 
the contrast Sir George iJaaen roweil the suni of his Tiidebledhess, thougti | 



wlio understand thejn if It Is to be the 
power for good which It .Ik capable fif 
becomingr.; blstenfngr to the speaker, 
one could riot help being struck by 
the altrylsm of his alt'n. .There la no 
room left ia his ajlan.-tw-tlie- compe- 
tition which plays so great a part In 
j modern life. The scoiit is not taught 
tTiat he.rhust "tiry to excel his comrade, 
btit that he must try to help him. 
True, he must aim at the highest effi- 
ciency, and when this is reached It is otherwise aa^^hm ff-tw-vanasronms are ■ j^j-g^ EllaJElaKK^Yaung WliialP»-- Jo"" 1 
T.«p<,gwI»edv->B«t his. advancement ivill crowded, and as^the syiitem of grad- herself a foremost place among: the: 
not be at the expense of ii^y one else, Ing Is rigid. But these are things that great army of teachers of the United 
Kven the rivalry Hf th<» dliTorent cnn i- are capable of reform. If more of our states. The tact; the admiii^stratlve 



drew between military training and the time was long past when the debts 
that of the Bt>y Scouts? The s couldhave been^ collected. One would 

indl-vOdu^llty he said was r. flilie tc> think that such a sense of obll- 

that of the scout waif developed. Is gallon was common among .the jjeaple 
not the discipline of many schools, es- i who Have" come to our province. I^o- 
peclaUy -ln-t»«r-i"ltles more like that of thing would ^contribute mpfe . i o |ty lu- 
the drill sergeant thiin_.j3£.jUlSU-a£iiyt , ture greatness. ^ ' 

leader? Perhaps It. can, .scary^l.v^^-ba. 



_An Honest Loaf 

■' IS^ THF. N'eSI<ES'^--WnK K i 1 V 'V 1 1 1 ■. 1 1 OUSEVVIFS - 

She must, however, purchase good il ;; i -he cannot hiake 
-goad bread. We - can weli.recomnKnd^ these excellent .Bread 
and F^tstry Flours i - . ^ 

MOFFET'S BEST BREAD FLOUR, per s.ack . ?1.85 



DRPFTEDSNOW PASTRY FLOUR.-i'er sack ...:.$1.75_ 



The Saunders Grocery Co., Ltd. 



t 



I'hone 28, your choice"" at; your price. 



51)1 Johnson St. 



be long delayeOr 



»A^DliB:^5r§P££54|k«lfS 



They correct stoinach disorders, assist digestion, and niike li.ie worth 
living again for the victim of dyspepsia. SQc. a bo;?. If your druggist ha.-5 
not stocked them yet, send us 50c. and we will mail thern. '3? 



National Drug and Cheniical Company of Canada, Limited. 



'Montr*«L 



THP 



c 



CANADIAN BANK 
OF COMMERCE 

Pai d-up Capital , $10,000,000 Reserve, $6,000,000 
DrXfTS ON FOREIGN COUNTRTES 

Arrartgements fiBVe fejD(»\tly b«Ben;.coittpIete<J under which the branch«« 

of this fiank are able t^p; Is sijig Drafts on the principal 'polnlii 

In the fdliowlng countries : 

Austria-Hungary 

Bclsunn 

Brazil 

Bulgaria 

Ceylon 

China 

Crete 

Denmark 

Faroe Islands 

NO DELAY JN ISSUING!. r U LL P A R T( CU LA R S ON APPLICAtlON 

.Sf; %< Crawford, Manag-ar, Tlctoiia Brancb. 



panics. If Ijt e.vlsts.vvas not emphas- 
I Ized. Perhaps this Will, prove hot the 
: least mtrlt of the movement. Far- 

; seeing eduiators have long ago )»oInt- 

I od out the danger thaj; existed in the "" — " -rr 

I system of prize glvlnig and competitive The experienceost all 'public readers 
I e.vvimiriatlon8 which has taken so firm who 1iave tried tft cfntertaln children 
ia hold on otir schools. Chlldfen are has been that their appreciation of 
spurred to excel by hope^Vf defeating good Ilter.<iture ia surprisingly great, 
others. .Month liy month examinations This has. been recently proved by a 
are given' apd the piipll values hini- New York lawyer. Henry W. Goderk-h, 
self, and Is fxteehu-d bv others tic- a gentleman Tvho has his home tn Nut- 
cording to-4Jtfr rank" In class. It dues le.v,. N. J.- At the beginning of the 
not matter that the bpy of great tal- school year Mr. Goderlch gathered 
ient haavnot UoneHtsdiatli- <JV that, the around him the children of his neigh - 
j j bora on SundHy afternoons and read 

. ; — . : — ..i.; — ^y^^ — ■■-" ■ — I to them for an -hour or an hour and 

: a half choosing always selections ^om 

jthe classics. Advantage was taken of 

an.r oi.x-aslon of special Interest in pre- 

I |>arlnj^ the programme, and care was 

i taken to IhtrfKluie atorles and^p<»ems 

, of a humurouij charactef. Btit nqthing 

Ivvas rend that wa». not the best of 

'its kind and soine pf , the selections 

might have been » ohelder^d too dlftt- 

j ciift for young «ve<M'l«> 

I Air. Goderlch telfs th e Story of his 

success. 1} lit he dors DLti say, yhgt way 



public men devoted themselves as abtlity and the knowledge reqiulre'cr Tn ', 
Baden- Powell has done to the service a superintendent jjljchools In a great 
of the boys such reforms would not city are not common in man or woman 



Finland 


Ireland 


• Russia 


Formosa 


Italy 


Servia 


France 


Japan, 


Siiiirrt 


Frch Cochin-China 


Java 


Sfiutli .Africa 


Germar^f— 


ManchuHa 


Straits Settlements 


Great Britain 


Mexico 


Sweden 


Greece 


Norway 


Switzerland 


Holland 


Persia 


Turkey 


Iceland 


Phillipine Island.<t 


West Indies. ,. 17s 


India 


Rotiniania 


and clficwhere 




t^^Jur j)i:4^;t.s <.>n i'rei^cripHunS^ 
are the lowest is. because \vc 
do the largesl; pte^swatpS 
trade, a.nd^ can i)wy — Pure 
Drugs at Lledrock Prices. 



Sold Only ^y 

HALL'S 

CENTRAL DRUG STORE. 

CorHar of Yates and Douglas Sts 
Telephone 201. 



jirobably the truth, that he had a rtiiir^ 

j velloiia fact|lty of Interpretation and 

-mti gliRtij i m. However this may 



he. he kept his audience of twenty-tlve 
■ hlldren interested tfil the hot weather 
i.rought vacation. In the interval they 
had listened tp poems from the Blbje, 
.'^hiikeSpeare, Tennyson, Alacauley, 
liowell. Field, .>Vhltcomb Rtley. Words- 
worth, Shelley, Kmetson. AVhlttler, 
Sccrtt, Kipling and many others. Stories 
had been continued from one meeting 
to ariother and countless questions awk- 
ed. The experiment was a .complete 
.sucee.«8 and when autumn comes aga4n 
e readings will begin and the chti- 
dret) of this fortunate suburb of New 
_^ „^ . , - , ^ ,„, , n . y ■ jYork continue to drink from the well 
I<k' I ^ \' I ]! I 11 A I I '**' Kngllsh iindeflled. I.s there, not a 

OIV LJ i^ W I IB '*■ l^Lwihlnt here for some hf those, \v:^o lam- 

1 ent the Ignorance of good' literature 
SPOKANE (Shown by the younx pf"ple of the 



So far as can ,be Judged at this dis- 
tance. Mrs. Young contents herself with | 
performing td th^ best of her ability j 
the difficult duties of her position, j 
Other people may praise her, she goes j 
quietly on re:atrainln« and reforming. | 

The work of such women, more than 
all the {femonstratlons and arguments 
of the suffragettes shows that there is 
a place for woman's talent In the high | 
places of Ae land, in this twentieth j 
century. ' ■ 

.' : « 

Horse Thief Killed, 
KLiAMATH PAL.LS, Ore„ AtJg. 15. 
-•^A posse In pursuit of two men ac- 
cused of stealing hiyses and autos 
came upon them near Dairy this 
morning and killed one named Dtamos. 
The ptlrtr,— irftffl#d-Kupl made his es- 
cape. The nrsf of this week a num- 
ber of mules and horses were stol<>n 
from the country in the vlclnltv of-SH- 
ver lake, iand a posse pursued the al^^ 
jeged^ "thieves. They were trailed to 
Sjirague River, where the trail— watH^ 
JloHt, it was fmind again near William- 
son river. As the posse camei over 
the mountain they came upon the men 
and called upon them to' BuiTeiTiT»"rT 
Qumos attempted to get behind a tree 
but before he could do so he w«a *hot 
and killed. H'a companion succeeded 
in making his escape and the posse la 
still after him. 1 



WE HAVE TO LAUGH 



„., flrat tinui buyers at this 

market tell iis tO Ctrt off a small 
quantity because their famllieH 
are "such small meat eaters." 
Kor we know oiTCS they taste out 
meats they will never suffer 
from that complaint again. Try 
u« with an order. Wouldn't ynu 
raTfljer pay for meat than for med- 
icine? 

I.Mand , Veal ; ... 15c 

island Mutton ...'.......,.... iSc 

Roast Beef, ll^c and....... 10c 




IDEAL MEAT MARKET 



620 VATE8 8T 

PHONE 514 



University Sciiool 



FOR BOYS 



VICTORIA. ,B. C. 



FOR BOYS 




Boarding and Day SohooF f ot Olrls. \ Z^ . J /!l_- 



A church school whose aim Is the 
very beat In instructors and equipment- 
Cheerful, hot.nelike, buildings; whole 



The work of p>eparihg ladles to en-r 

gage in the uirofe^siim of housewifery 

*4.goe8 bravely on lii the old land. One 

of the latest Instltutfnnw for this piiiP- 

pose Is St. Martha's <:ollege of House' 



some ctlmnte; gymnasium, music liall; 

private theatricals.. Special features «r« 

tb'i- art -studio, giving' lUMtructlo-n In - ,^ . ..,., .. . „, ■ .^. „ „„_„.. 

dlffTl^ent art branches and the music de- | •-•,•■»" "t < hichester Street^^t Ceprges 

partnienr with Its staff of foreign I bfj-ware; London. Taftla house Is deslgn- 

tralr»ei1 instructors., Certificate admits etl to give Catholic gf'ntlewomeiv such 

to. Smith.. Wellesley and other eastern a' theoretical and prnciUal training In 

^.nllArvrkCi Ij^rtt- "♦riV-i Knv * i 'hfnrmn t liin firi- : .t ^ 1.* 1 ^ _i % ' a. \ *. »»_... ..Li 1 » t. m. Wl ^ 



colleges. . For ttiirtlier Ihformatlon, ad 
dtcea, ■-'■.. ■." • ■ ^ ^. ■ - 

jtJLIA r. BA^ineT, •'PTliicipal, 

■ Spokane, ;Wn,5hlngton, 



THE MAILS 



I iwfcM 11., , ■■ !!■ !■ semmamriuammmmtma 

U)NTARJO 



LADIE 






(Trafalgar Cftfitle) 
WHITBY. ONT, 
CANADA. 



8th, 1910 



Xmas Term Commences Sept. BIH 



At 9:30 a.m. 

Fifteen Acres of Playing Fields 

in ^acious New Brick Building. 
■Accommodation for 120 Borders. 
Cliriiiic 1! Laboratory: Organized Cadet Corps: Musketry In- 
struction: Football and Cricket: Gymnasiiim 
and Iiulnor Rifle R.nngc., 
RECENT SUCCESSES AT McGILL AND R.M.C. 

WARDEN: 
Kcv. W. \V I'.olton, M.A., Cam' r^ \-r, 
I'RI NCI PALS: 
R. V. Il.irvey, M.A., Caiiil)., J. C. Barnacle, l".<;<i , 
assisted by a resident $laff of University 
For Prospectus Apply the P.ursar. 



COLLEGE °'-»- 

PbKtECT surRoun6ings 

' TULL COU»»M I« 

Literature Elocution 

Music ^ine Arid 

Household Science, eic. 

Splendid organiJallon, R.itei moderate. 
WRITS TUB nit:<ciPAi, roa calks nia 
.REV. J, Ji HABE, Ph.D. 

_j- ^ : _ — _ : Whitbv, -Cat. 




■f" 



lA.MES BAY ACADEMY 



I.nnc! 

.Men. 



u 



n: 



A Frivflte Hlg-h Soliool 

Academic Department — l-'ull matrlcii-' 

.itioa In two year.s. .Students prepared 

I-T-B. <■'.' 1>. .S. and. Other e>Hiliinatlons. 

Splendid matrloulatlon sucoesses this 

•ummer. 

Commercial Department — .\ fully 
ciuilpjied. iiuxlern Buslneaa College In 
cliriiKe of nil '•i(i),-ri, mi'd Commercial 
3peclaU«t^. -a, .Gold Meaaliit .'lii Gregg 
.^hiii*tlmn<l. Text books furnlstied -free to 
Btiidents of this rtepartmont. 

Day ana Evening Classea. 

.\iMl("^H Mil ni'l'llrle.s t'l 

TVio Prlnclpnl, .Tames Bay Aoad»'i>iT 
: . ;m»— .'*4 1 ; 4^ -M441nH 



i domestic Work that they wll! be able 

j to earn their owri living In this way. 

I In a beautiful house educated women 

are trained to do everything that a 

j woman needs to. know how to do In' 

u home. The. course 1.. eludes ftrst aid 

jto the wounded 'and .<«lm.ple nursing. 

Nothing la neglec,ted and no woman 

who. ia not wllllhg to do hard work 

need iattemijt \he course. .Steps must 

be clfancd and doorknobs ant^ grates 

.poli'she.d. fjiumdry woj-lt and baking of 

all kinds must be shared by. all the 

students. Not only cooking but the 

• id.innliig of menua miist, be under- 

! ptooil and eve,ry room In the house 

imust be kept In perfect order. 

I In i-eadlng the de.scilption of this 

i beautiful home where everything from 

;the.tmirorm of the students to the 

j upholstery which must be repaired by 

their skilful finger's, lij harmonious, one 

ing will prpp.are the worker ftn*. the 
discomforts too often endured In the 
homefl'nf bthern. But It hiay^e that 
when th(' character — ^<4f.. ..the ^ervtce 
changes mlstre.Hses wMH be reformed!!. 
At all fn'ents.~TT~T!r"ceTrit I n that the 



work of the home will no longftr.JOe 
done In .^ny-cmmtry b.v. thijgg, vv^io 
rto p(^rformerl It. Olrlf are 



Corr 



Colh 



ig *^oiiege 

Bencon HIH Park Victoria, B. C, 
Saleot Hlgh-Orade Day and 
Boardinar College for Boyii of 8 
iq 16 ' i Itcilnements- -of- 

well-spi .treiit lemon's homo 

In loveJ.. I,, .,. ./a Hill Park. Num- 
ber limited. Outdoor sports. Pre- 
pared for Business ,L,lfo or Pro- 
fessTCiiai: or- University examina- 
tions. Fees l»elV:slvo and strlci- 
Ty moderate. A few vacanoles Ht 
aiU.um" term. September l.«it. 
Princiipal, .T. W. CHURCH, ^J.A. 



IJNIVER.SITY SCHOOL FOR 
(jIRLS 

' ClIve-WoHey Hoti.-jiv vic- 

lor4n,_E,C., hlgh-srad.: u.i. : iMjard- 

ing "ichool for young ladles of all 

«ges. AM subjects taught. Proa^ 

pectus tflfappllcatlon. I 

J. Principal— ■Mrs. Stedham, Cert. Eng. I 

t/Tver'S Y-Z CWlse ttwj/T) TM.i«1nfertatft I 
, Boap Powder dusted in ..he bath, softens ' .Tficlrrsn 
'*« water auU disiaiccU. 



Queen's Academy 

271 r, Rock Bny Avenue. 



■ r Klrl<» of nil bjjcs. 



Re-lipcns Thursday, 
September 1 

Thiir(>ii(.!h, ), radical iii.'ditu! - ;i 
tn— Tri-I--Brf»HHh subjecit an v ■ ' 
the higher branches of study. 

f'^or further Infcrmatinn cnll "n 

rlrrsn S. D. POPE. 1.1.. D.. 

I'lioiie l,,i()U, I'l Iri'-iiiHl 



haye hitherto pt^rf 

leaving the kitchert for' thP factory, 
the resfauraufs and for many other 
occtipatlot^S which we have been ac- 
customed to lofik' iifon BS^more dlffl- 
cult !ind more honorable. The day htis 
almost varii«'- ' ■■'■.'tv-th& mistress JSf 
II hoti.se cut 

who i»^ ...111. ,, iphked iii>on and 

to be tr' iieulHl':" In the wo- 

Tiian Who Mill.-,-.-, to' se*-* ^anything 
neiill F'r ir.p ie lo vv lle Bt'''aiV(r the 'haVtTp^l 
t.iaks domestic serv ice will (Itid its 
leformerM. It is to J)e iioped;^~fiTo7 thai 
'|fifi^iie.~long the lnv(?ntors will ti>rn 
tltelr atterftiOn to~- 4rhe - tl - rtw lg^y ---t»f- 
hntTsr..w-brknndthnt mechanical f" -^ m^' 
will .befound to relieve wtmi 
thelr'hPHvlest tasks. " 
If In the beautiful li '■ 
bind these 1, idles, 'educa! 
(ha's College andOthet 
i la.ss coTilfl ••find emplpj II. 
Uii'isc of the wealthy of this continent i 
their taste ns Well as their efficiency 
irBIJTdftnrtflcnpe, their Hve.t would be , 
'^n j both usePut and happy. Whether this i 
In i will be the ca.se in liumbler ' Jh o mt^ i 



Vajncouver and Eastern Canada 
Close dally at 1.45 p. m. and 11 p. m. 
Due dally 2:45 p. ni. and 7 p. m. 

United Kingdom 

Close Tuesday, Thursday and Fri- 
day. II p. ra.; parcel post Friday, 6 
p. m. * 

Due Monday and Tuesday 1 p. m.; 
Wednesday.? p. jn... 

China and Japan 

Close July, 16, 16. 26. 27, Aug. 1. 

Due July 14, 16? l-»,-24." 28. Aug. 1; 

A ust ralia and N ew Zealand 

Close July 1^ 15. 25. 
Due July 26, 27. 29. 

- Honolulu 
ClosfcJiily 15. 16. 22. Aug. 5. 

Duji July IS, 27. 2», Aug. 1. 

France via Halifax 
Close July 16, 23, SO. 
Dawson, Atlin,, White Horae^ Eto. 
Close on. Saturda>- at 1.46 p. m. 
Due, uncertain. 

Stewart . 
Close,' Wediioadayttt 11 p. m.; due on 
Monday. . -, 

Prince Rupert, J'ort Simpson, Port 
Essir%ton, Eto 
Close Ttiesday, Thursday and Satur- 
day, 1.45 .p. m. 

Due Monday, Wednesday and Fri< | 
day. 1 

X!layoquot and Way Porte 

Close. Mt. Itb, Uth, 2bth <a eacSh 

month. I 

Due, 4th, 12th, 18th and ■2nr of each i 
month. ^ ^ y 

_ . — g i>ai tl«r.^<mtl Ea atarjT Un i i ed-Statea 
Close, 4.30 p. m. dally; due 7 a.- m. 
daljy,' except Sunday and 1 p. m. dally. 
Quatsino, Kyuquot and Beyond Clayo- 
quot 

Close 7th and 20th of each month. 

Due 12th and 28th of each month. , 

^.^_, Quataino via Pprt M«rdy 

CloseJuly 20, 26. « 

Due July 19. 28f . : 



Happiest Twins 
in Town 

l^ots of happy folk In the city 
yesterday, and lojp of them 
called for the happiest twins : 

Ki>«3 €hfi-OR<3E .4TH AND 

Cl^YSMlC. 

King George 4th finest of Scotch 
V'Wilskey. per bottle* $1.25 

.('l>8mlc best of mineral water.". 
i>er doz. Pints '.$1.75 




The West End Grocery Co., Ltd. 

I002 ('.ovcrnment Street Tels. 88 and 1761 



Comox, Cumberland, Eto. 
Close Tuesday, Thursday and Satur 
day 8.30 a. m. 

Due Tuesday 12.10 and Wednesday, 
Friday and Sunday, 7 p. m. - 

Sidney and V. & 8. Points 

Close dally *xeept Sunday, 7 «. iS-r- 
Due aally~ex.cept Sunday 7 p.. in, 
• Alberiii 

Close let, 7th, 15th, 20th of each 
month (by steamer) and by rail Mon- 
day, Wednesday, Friday, 3.30 p. m. 
Nanaimo and E. & N. f*oints 

Close daily, except Sunday ,8.30 a. 
m.: 3.30 p. m. 

Due dally,' except Sunday, 12.10 p. 



EMPRESS THEATRE 

Oeorge A. I.evelle, Manager. 




IMAf Bsstn Cannot Be Cured 
by loca:i applications, as they eahnot 
reae h the dlseo se rt pottjloii — o f'' th e.eatv 

jr.l. to Ja^ssls t h ej^J:yiiw:g;lS only ohe wa\ to cure deafness. 

■ '■ ' ' and tliat J« by constllutiojih_LretTindle». 

l'>eafnesN la caused by an InflHmc.i ( r.n 
d.lll on p f^the ." mticous l.blUlK_......o..f , i ' - 

k u ? t a c 1 i Ian T S ii e ! ' \vK«m this tttlie 
livriamed you have a rtimhllng ■■• ' 



HARRISON HOT 
SPRINGS. B.C.^ 



The most noted summer resort 
• In the Paci fic N orthwest!. 

_A_ELACE FOR THE 
CONVALESCENT 

Situated only 70 miles from the- 
Coast amid upstirpassed scen- 



' ery. 



Write for descriptive book- 
let and rates 



St^AIicc Hotel 



HarriKi'ii lint Siirings, B.C. 



Victoria's Exclusive Picture House 

Showing only the Beat pictures ob- 
tainable 

SPECIAL m;\tinee today 

POR LADIES AND CHILDREN 

Drop In for a cool. "P'let, i,stful hour. 
Our .pictures are making tile Eq;ipress 
theatre popular. 

■ Come and bring your friend'. 

New Grdod Theatre 

WEEK 15th AUOUST 

MAKtJEX, RQMAZN - 

The Xr/fcd .Ntmstri'l, .'dinger , 

SI'liLE'. OX.ZVB 

HklUful and iMilihint .tnuKllng artists. 

' ZEBEX.Z. BBOTKE&8 

ItV mhI■\■e^.lu^■ eqiiilll)ri.stlc feats. 

XAXWEX.Z. AND DVDZiBT 

Thi ' .'-ll\ er Ues.son." . 

BaOCXKAN AND OBOBS 
Ohariieier 'it^nsf' and dances. 

■fkOMAS ^. PRICE. 

NEW MOVING PICTTTBES. 

OXr^ OWN OROHEaXBA. 



Pantages Theatre 



ALl, THIS WEEK 



,i 



same 
It ,,in 



wliere many of the ntiplianrea con.sid 
ered nece.tsnry by the wenllhN- »nd the 1 

rMined, ure w;intiiitr. remnins to hi- | 

(II M.'fd. . V • ' 



Imperfect hearing, and when It I- 
ly closed. l.)enfnoss is the resuu. iimi 
u ii l e w « ""tli 'e~tTrfls-nTnHM4f»t»'-ef»n— 't>e-- taken 
iiiH and llilrf I.U'he f,e«lo''e'.r.to Its ,.nor- 
inal--cuJidttion^Jilea^!g wJH be destroyed 
forever: nlnp chscr out of t e n nr o i wuinon, 
liy t'atnrrh.-wtrlch— fs-netbing^lMH. an 4n- 
lliimed ,nndlti..ti of th^" milctiiiK 'V,,r 
faP'CH, ' . . V ;• 

I me ifutidrod ' " i"i 
• afnes."'" '(cnii < ft 

iMixeii ii;- i liill"'s 
cir'cijlHfs, Tree. 

i , ,1 < iiK.MKYA t::o.f 

Toledo, jShlu. 
•Snlfl by i triitrelslst, T.^e. - . 

Take- Hall's l^amily Pills foi: cohStlpa- 



Specially Good In Quality 

f-;." Butter ;!! 36o or 3 Ujh. 

I >r . , .V. . . Sl.OO 

I iii.-y Trunk of Tea vi-ilh li.ik, 

matalns 3 lbs., for, 91.00 

,.8k IXti Lunrhflon. Tongue. 

T-timh TonKite, etc. Potted Yar- 
mDiilli lUoater and^Anehovy Ptisto 
In Olas!* .Tars, very nr.nt and de- 
licious. 
- 'itt,' HM-H ti'-inl. \\ u ahali in' i" 

.ironafie. 

ERSKINES' GROCERY 

Cornar .lohnsnn and Quadrn. .--(■i 
riiono lOfi. 



BIG lO-CENTSnOW 

VAtJDr,VItI.i: MOTION PICTUBHS - 
AND NIGHTLY AMATEUR 
PRIZE CONTESTS. 

rii<^ ' w:-" ' cott.alnly. 



MAJESTIC THEATRE 

Monday and Tuetday. 

Be ware .Tiid .«i^e thi^ ht'l 
"The BenmaclaltloiC" >T 1 
t-d\- (Irairin "I' th<> wild unci 
"On the BordSr Lino," "A Drama of 
the Sea." "lifirt Kljerht, Loft Rlrht," 
prent comi-dy. "Other reatttreR 



ROMANO TIll'Al'Ri, 

HtUidJUL..JlJi 11 T n e « .1 .i v 



WA3HINGTON QUARTETTB 

•(■.■■ntu.-k.v Mn!., ■ 

A — rEATtTRE REF.LS -4 
Romatoo Orchestra. 



/ 



Tutid«y, Augutt JJL 1910, 



VIC1X)RIA DAILY COLONIST 



fc-f 







When selecting one of these splendidly made F'all Suits. Every suit carries 
vvitli it tJKit touch of individuality which so greatly characterizes 

HOBBERLIN TAILORED CLOTHES 



rxilntea iudgf. He is* man of ex- 
porleiice and a(1inltt'>d ability, havlnsr 

(Dlllciuti'il at the majorlly ot the big 

rlUiss of the iUnit<»d-»t«t«-« aiuMn most 

Instances creatiiiK it most favorable 

Jiuiiiesslon ainuiig:, the fanciers. It Is 

cxpet'ted that ho will Rive the Paclflc 

! Omttit fratcnUty t.ho_ uttiD.'Jt sutl.sfac- 
tloii. • " . 




Th 



C S >(,^ 



ev are niadr ii' iiK'oi the demands of the most exacting - di 

j'.ciUT (hop in and let us-'shQ.w them tp you. From $15.00 



of 

up. 



frulav. 



FINCH & 

1 107 Government Street 



FINCH 

- - * Victoria, B.C 



SENIOR LEAGOE 



Cloverdale"" ' and North Ward 
Teams Play Sixty Minutes 
of Fast and Even Lacrosse 
— IVlany Injured 




NOT HAVE 




Saturday. The latter, by the way, are 
'enamored of Vlcstorla and Victorians. 
They seized the suggt?stJnn that they 
should pay a returfT visft"^Bre with 
flattering avidity, not merely because 
it would give tliem another opportuh- 
i,ty--9f"cr6sslng''sw6rd8 with the" "Eng- 
Ushers" hut because of the fact that 
it meant a day or two. in "the beauti- 
ful city on thr> Ptrnlts of Juan de 
Puca." 



"Bloomin' 
Cracl< 
Baseball 



Englishers" Gave 

Amateur American 

Nine Two Fast 



BASEBALL RESULTS 



Games at Everett 



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Although W. A. Watalet, manager 
of the Victoria baseball club, is Spend-" 
iiig a short vacation in the Sound 
cities, the majority of Victoria's wan- 
dering baseball stars returned by the 
'steamer Princess Victoria yesterJa'y 
afternoon. Their quest was the scalp-s 
of the Snohomish nine, but it was 
fruitless. Instead they lost their fur 
In both the Saturday and the Sunday 
games, the margin was so Plight and 
the class of ball, so, admirable that 
ihey came back not without honor. In 
the Ilijst game ihe result .was 3-2 and 
in the second 5-1. Both took place at 
lOverett before lar^e and nolfjlly .eb- 
ttuisiastlo crowds. 

Ill the opening f vprtt of the two-day" 
engagement Her warrn.j 

weather twlrler, , slab 

while on Sunday "Hube" Sloenson 
handed out th6 puzzlers. At the out- 
set, according to report, the Americans 
seemed Inclined to treat the game more 
as a joke than anything else. They had 
not come, apparently, to watch' a game 
of biill but -.to kid those "blooming 
Englishers." That is what they fnceti- , 
ouslv termed the Victorians. "English- 
men" from the north" was the tlUe of 
Wattalet'a pets for the nonce and under 
it they seemed to flourlah for they put, 
up an article of ball which astonished 
the natives and, in the first match at 
any rate, almost sent the .Snohomish 
warriors to their holes with their tails 
between their legs., 

As a result of the tout* the boyp feel 
immensely _enc,ouraged. They are cer- 
tain now that, after all, and in aptte 
of their recent 'series of failures, they 
know .something aboit.^ the good old 
game. So 'they look forward nptjvlthJ 
out hmpe, on. the' other hand w|.th- a 
feeling of confident certainty of suc- 
cess, to the ne.Kt home engagement 
which will be with Snohomish next 



Northwestern 

R. 

Vancouvet" .,., .., 8 6 

Seattle .." ;.i;. ,.......•. 3 

Batterle*: Mm%r kad Lewi*; CBlr- 
ault and-Carter. . ' „ 

... n. H. ^ .E. 

Spokane 3 4 -^ 

Tacoma . . • • 2 4 1 

Batteries: — KlUllay ^nd— Shea; Mc- 
Carninerit and Byrnes. 
American 



Philadelphia 
Cleveland . . 

Philadelphia 
Cleveland . . 

Washington 
Detroit ... . 

Chleago . . . 
New York . 

..SJt^ Ijouls . , 
Boston ... . 



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winMn every Instance tnree of the five 
events went to representatives of the 
Island. Appended are the comclcte, 
results: ' . 

Open singles championship.-— Mr. 
BcTwker won from Mr. Burton. 

Ladles' singles.— Mrs. Willoughby- 
Brown won from Mrs, Barnard. 

Open doubles. — Mrs. MeFarla'nd and 
Mr. Avcrillwon irqm Mrs. Mftrtinand 

^r. Dunsmuir. ■ .'■■' 

-Handicap douWes.— Mr*. Barnard 
and Mr. Burton won from Mr. and 
Mrs. Bowker. : 

Ladles' .dbuble8.-*-Mr8. Bowker, sr., 
and Mrs. Bowker, jr., VfOn from ■Mrs. 
Luxton and Mrs. Kirk. 



It \', ..'■ :i whirlwind of a g«me tirat 
■.\.u-i i.la,\f.l la.Hl night at the Koyal ^ 
Athletic park between the Cloverdale 
uud the -North Ward team« lii tho 
tUaxton cup aeries,- th« senior city 
league. The result wa.s a draw, 5-5. 

A lot depended on last night's game. 
If the Wards had won, theirs would 
have been the city championship and 
also the Claxton cup. Hut I'loverdale 
was far fr<.)rn being acquiescent to such ' 
an agreement. C.loverdale is now ack- i 
iiowledged to ' be the possessor of i 
the second place in the league, but now , 
the "Rubes'- have a chance foi_Lhe j 
premier position . ~ | 

It was the second time that these 1 
same combinations have been urvable J 
to decide within the period of 60 mln- | 
utes which Tallhe superior on the la- i 
crusse Jleld. The Victoria West team,; 
has played Its last game, but there i 
still remain two to be played by these ! 
teams, if It were not for the draws 
they too would be throuKh with the la- ' 
crosse gaYne for the -Team But then i 
there were to lose two draws and the 
result "is that they will have to come 
togieth«r twice more, and if the.Wards^ 




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Strong Strings of Island Btue 
Blooded Canine WillGom- 
pete^ in "Vancouvet:- Kennel 
Shov\^ This Week , 



National^ 



Pittsburg 
New Y6rk 

New Ybrk 

Pittsburg 

Chicago . . 
Brooklyn' 

BrookljTi 
Chicago . . 

Boston . . 
St. Louis 



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6 11 

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St Louis .... 1 7 

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win one of these they will have the 
honor of being addressed as the 
"chamiw" for the next year, but if 
Cloverdale should , win boih a tie in 
the league would again ensue. 

Last night's game was a hummer. 
The Wards were fast all through ^nd 
so was the Cloverdait^-ni'omblnation.' It 
was one cif the most largely attended 
Monday nlglit matches which has been 
l)l:vycd this season and the crowd was 
kept in ihe throes of Intense excite- 
ment -from the first minute of play un- 
til the sixteenth was tolled off. 

Each team was careless In the way 
th<.\Y handled thetr sticks^ and the re- 
sult' was' that there wa« a casualty ll6t 
and that sensatlonllsm brought Into 
pl.ay whicl) thrills the hearts of the 
spectators', especially those' who are 
of any sort pugnacious In their, make- 
up. Eiempstwr was very unfortunate, 
being sent • to th© roomfr t\<Mce. The 
lirst time he had received a, bad cut 
on the head, and Doctor Carter, who 
was on hand,' had to shave off part of 
his crop of -natural adornment' before 
he could apply the sticking plaster. On 
the second and last occasion, "DUtchy" 



LennSn went to the cabins and ar- 
rested the Italian, at the same time 
plcklrig up three of the gang" and lock- 
ing-them up as witnesses. 



DANCE PROGRAMME 

'pii» " ii I 
Theprogrammr tb be given Ivy Miss 
Thuln's orchestra at the dance of the 
recreation club of the Victoria Fire 
Department In headquarters hall on 
Wednesday, the 17th Inst, Is as follows: 
1 Waltz Fairest Rose 



received -an tigiy elftsh frojTf -thTEr-irttclr-"TirSohottl»che^;ii!.i. 



a-SE^wo-step , . . 

3 Schottlsche , 

4 WaltB 

B. Two-step . . 

6 Minuet . .. .. 

7 WalU. ...... 

8 Three-step . 

9 Two-step . . . 
Extra 
Extra 

10 Waltz 

11 SciiottlscKe . 

12 Two-step: ., 

1.1 Walta . 

14 Three-steps 
15. Two-step. 



Yankee Bird 
. . . I . . . Three Twins 
Tb.e D^ollar princess 
Bumble 



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.BeafUtiful Blue Danube 

Lucky Moon 

The Growler 



Clribirlbln 

Bedtime at the Zoo 

, . . Japanese Patrol 
.Visions of Salome 

. .". Orchids 

-t.^s^- • • • • - Hawaii 
,iJAj. Silvery Moon 




— thw-tifth of the Vancouver KenheT 
Club's show, which will be held on 
Thurs day, tTld ay and Saturday of this 
week7^^W~b* Victoria entries. . From 
present indications there will be at 



of One «t hiB own-»n*n. with the re 
suit that a small arterj' just above 
.tiie^jtempleMvaS-severedi a.nd-wlth thla 
bbund up he had to leave tlio grounds. 
Johnnie John.son had his little linger 
on the left hand badly smashed, and It 
was at llrat feared that It might ba 
necessiiry to^ amputate the Injured. 



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18 Walts 



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least two hundred and fifty of the.blue^ member.' The flesh was ripped open 
blooded canine competjlng at the Ter- } and the bone was smashed, but «?till 
mini! City, i^Tid the majorltj- of the j Johnnie wanted to continue the game 



VlfctorianCfJsured I n all th e ^f inals 
of the Vancouver Club's atinuat cro- 
quet . tournahicnt which concluded on 
Saturday afternoon. While they didn't 



fai. • iers of this city have made pre 
par a t Io ns to send their dogs to. the 
.Mainland for the occasion. , Most of 
the I.slana doggy men are confident of 
victory for thi;lr entries, so fiiat If. their 
expectations arfe realized in every case, 
It is «^ ip«Hir lookout for those who^may 
be representing Vancouver and the ad- 
joining district*. 

.1. W. Crelghton has announced his 
Intention of. taking ove r a strong 
string of cocKer spanfels, whil^ other 
breeds of si)ortl-ngdog« vvili tso r.->prn. 
senteft by those owned by Messrs^ Mc- 
tonnell, Hitchford, \VHhers and Ed- 
wards. Terriers will be talic.n care of, 

.-_4«J*iorig others, Uy- Messrs — G^ £@nnei 

Thompson (Irish and Pox V HanscSn 
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Leo Sweeney was knocked out twice, 
but not seriously Injured. 

The Wards explained that they were 
short two of their regulars, "Cotjton" 
BrynJolfS(5ii 'and '"Bort" Johnson be- 
ing off. • , 

MacDonald, Sargison and Mcgregor 
each sco.red once for the Wards and 
Pettlcrew twice, and for the Glover- 
dales .Y^on ng. D empster, Leo Sweeney 
once and (^arss twice, 

Tlios. R. Cusack refereed and was 
kept on the Jump. 

Th« Texmi. 
'North Ward. Cloverdale. 

Frank Sweo'ney ....goal Clark 

Dakers ....'. polntT. .. . . Ltiflbncr 

Noel ^. c point ....... ... Templer 

Kroeger ....... ist def.- . . . . Redgrave 

Sargison ■ -d dfef . , .■ . . .Flnlay84jn 

tfumber . . : M def . . ; < L. Redgrave 

Petticrew centre '. . .' Leo . Sweeney 

M<^f#!gor -»»_ id home. ...... .Carss 

McCartor .,.^;i..2d ho.. me.... Harris 
Martin ...I.* Ist home.> — . . Dempster 

Johnson outside . rT. ."TTatrf-ock 

MacDonald . inside, Young., 

7"«y'<"" B«tt«r. . , 
Everett Taylor, last year's captain 
fif the North Ward football team. Is 
tigaln coming, i.irovmd. . Ho has been 
seriously ill In the hospital for the last 
two weeks, but last night he was re- 
porterl, to be out Of danger. Taylor 
wilt be aroifnd iigain. within a' .weelt or 
so. and wiU-M't^i'bls;' to take hi*. place 
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Impeti*1 (^ciMeti Oak fin- 
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AMUSEMENTS \ 

Pantages Theatre , | 

The new ten cent show presented at 1 
t,he Pantages made up of vaudeville, ! 
pictures and amateur prize contests is 
even more classy than that of- last 
week, which iS going rather strong in | 
the way oX cheap entertainment. The | 
Bemardos present a beautiful rural j 
playlet called "At Ninb O'clock." It 
tells a heart story, contains the ^ocul 
atmosphere of the typical country vil- 
lage, is well acted, and with the Well 
rendered Instrumental and .vovn-i1 selec- 
tions Introduced Is a very enjoyable 
production. The local amateur vaude- 
ville contests for cash prlies continue 
to cotnpiaftd-jjfiep Interest, and with 
the 8e\^er;i precis of excellent motLon.: 
pictures the prograifime of... over ^n 
hour's -duration is worth much more 
than.^Hie BmAllf-admiaslon fee. • 

Remano Theatre 
The Hoodoo Alarm Clock, Is the 
title of a ridiculously funny Imp com- 
edy which will be shown at the above 
theatre on Mohday and Tuesday. If 
you do not laugh after seeing this 
picture it is high time that -yoU visit 
a doctor. .Did yoU ever have a tele- 
gfanv^ tliruBt into your hands making 
It inoperative for you to leave town on 
some important business, and rush 
liome to prepare to leave ph the next 
train for your destination, and meet 
with all sort's of difficulties. We next 
see his wife-letting him In at 'the 
break of -day, and no doubt he "gets 
his before she Is through, but we cfnly 
sxirmise this as the.fllm does not show 
It The photography and acting is up 
to the usual high standard of this 
company. • ' * 



New Grand Theatre 
Tho work- of the two Zerell brothers 
at the (jrand Theatre thiis week, can 
be classed without exceptloh as the 
best the equlllbrlstlc schoiil of physical 
development and athletics, has sent to 
Victoria «lnce this new line'of athletics 
took the boards, and the public favor. 
In place of the 6T(rTiTT]r'and?*irr- per- 
formances. T he Stero l Is are perfectly 
develope d men, '^oBaf salng great mus- 



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ISnraged at the noise which a- gang 
of mpro or less drunken .youths wer* 
makfiig, just outside hl& cabin in Car- 
i icntir's OabliSs. Herald, atreet; Antonio 
I .\ipop an Italian, deliberately fired a 
' nhul. throiigh the. window of hls^ cahin 
lin the direction of the roisterers out ■^ 
i «ldOi- 'That he missed tlicm . was no 
LfaiiU -of IUs^:*<J!iVJ.i,. . .. ..Tho llniiflii l« now 

j iifKler arrest" charged with .«hoo([)'ig 
I with Intent*; ■ T^hree of the dl.<«turl>pr» 
; <<( the Itall.ah's peace are held In the 
l('?ri3.H.s witnesses. •They fire Alfred 
' .Johnson, J. "Stewart and-WlHlam MU~ 

\>i'£T_e jUiout the gang. 

> i ,,,■ ■ •;,,.. f-iVrirr-rifjiikii.K >>U',, (he Italian 
I ;ivirs, r.n'.tiii' piiHt few nights thoy h.id 
■i tnrnii' nlpht .hlih'ous through tliclr 
! iu';i\vliii'-; .'inM .shnuting. This moniln.i 
j at. -;1.' o'cloflt, ihi'V were ngHlii nrou<!- 
I ing tJie rii'ighliorhood, standing -OH r 
I \ (^randah oii(.«iiU; Nepop's room., 'I ' 
I It.-ilfanf' when thi' noiae Instead of coas- 
I Ing, liecame louder, solr.ed a .IS callVior 
; nw*>l^Tr •"iying . rjn-a. sholC.'and n\v\t 

tlirough the wlntUnv and- blliuK Ono 
i "C the yoiith.'^ ontstde ran to th^ police 
1 .-totlon and^ told Vtf thi* rrtHMirren<-lt> 

Sefgcant Cla.y!>,rils ami Constable Mc- 



cular "sitFength, nn<r4tmfr=flra site red. the 
l)alancing of weight to the finest de- 
gree. Tho act . ctoB«^a.. with- a Hying 
leap through the air across a chftlr-biit-|. 
thesmaller, who land* with his hand"* 
In those_oI_tlic elder brother, prone on 
the floor. Tim elder iln the one fnovc- 
mont catches and raises his l?rothcr In 
the air, and the Ijouse rlftgs' with tho 
applatise which ifollow;s the daring act. 
Manuel Roma In and Miss Palmer, 
with Roxy La Rocoo, the harpist foi'»- 
meflvwith tho New York Metrdpoll- 
tan OrchoaWtf,' perform a medley of 
singlhg . aNid, . acting. Thie" song^ of 
Miss Palmer'Thd'Mt. Ttomffln'are ac- 
cotnpanied by the harpist, Who al.10 
nliivs two harp solos. He migirf-^w 
plrivlng yet If 'fHS' Ti::wmieTtctr whleh 



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■hcvirdhlm yosterday had Its choice, f^r 
he certainly is q. master of his Instru- 
ment. Mr. Homnin lias a clear tenOr 
,vOilte i>f \vi7I<' rnnge, ajid Rtiod tone. 11 Ih 
Bongs .struck the "popular hdt6;^. atid an" 
eivcore was , "J 

performers, ■ .-•'-'■ ^* ■ ' 
M/i>\v('ll find Ml.«<« nmnr'f ntfn 



antUJuggler. , All her tricks have been 
accompMBhed' before,, but she is the 
first woman to appear lu this line of 
T\-ork, and site succeeds better >than 
the men In IhTF/fifofcsslon, owing to 
her personal charm and vivacity, 
dei^artded-l^ W^'ttn-I:^ J- Pr\c,>. tl^e lllustmted song 

*<,na:or, was hcHrd, ,a,nd wl.l sing all 
It.., jwhile-lbf; show closes, with 



hit Tw 



,.)iiiri>iiiiir litUe singing not umlor t 
till. iMRing Lo.isiui ■' 'I'll 

ii,.:i' i i.. . Id and (liii't and iw -! ',: hit 
• iiclr opening apcnranciv 

i,<> iMiHw.s- HrocUman anil > ....... 

|s>e>iri'd 1" sc'V*>r«l-t'hangea, sang souks 
niid dtincod entertainingly;— The-bo.v 
ami girl part Qt their turn won them 
rccognlllon from the ajidlence tind a 
curtain call, >. , 

MUe.. Oll\> ii'Tidedly >it( rarii-, c 

raonailty, pruv-'i i'> i- .i i iMijurtr 



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i;il rriovhig pictures, which this 
axe again new. "A good show" 
tho verdict of y^sterdny's .ludi- 



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I |,,|, I:m iiMi 1 M. Ml I. i'l will rnllllllll.N' 

w cli'iiiiii' 111 ilur pnulnoo liif nn-nvherK 

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I o'ljloclv tni,l,ny. At 5.15 p. in. he In.vs 



the confer stone- <>f the w--. V ^T <" A 
building. 

The Premier returns tod. t.\- from .n»i'. 
WoKiniln.'<t('r, where he hnf4 been attend- 
ing the cclphratlon Of the Jubilee of the 
Ohlatos . of Mary Irnmnculnte. Tho 
cere/non.v marks the Inception of the 
worltOf that order on the Mainland fifty 
years ago. Within tho .space of " v. -mi 
the' Promlof has officiated nt 
itnt'hfrinfis of a slmllijr kind. tli. ., 
hhihe: coming of the MeUiomst mlswl'-'- 
nr,\m being fynrW.-i I.. ••<lmll(ir exerii :<_r 
111 Voiiooiiver ?• ntliH ago. 

Tomorrow li- , MoHclde wiU v.-! 

ri-Mtie to' BrltlHh '. '(M^iMnhla th<» P'lr i- 
Minister of t'anacin, Sir Wilfrirl l„<nni' 



H. CjCreftrn "has the iinwiiral fl-i 
Now 10 cunts for large tin; at 

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VICTORIA DAILY COLONISl^^ 



Tuaaday, August 16, 1910 




WESIERNERS MAY 
COMPEIE IN EAST 



lack and Duncan Giilis. and 
Carl Raine, Vancouver, Are 
Likely to be Entered in 
National Meets 



VAN'i/orN'KU, Aug. 35.— -Nuw tlial 
the year's \-ariou8 ch.imriioiiship meet 
• ia over and the champions duly pro- 
<.:laiiiie<:l, there iue two othur athletic 
meet's on the liorizone in which a num- 
ber of V'ancouver- athlotos are particu- 
larly interested. ()ne ut tliese Is the 
(unadlanto-track juuj field chamjiion- 
.sliljjs wliich are to be decided in Mon- 
treal on Sel)tember 4, and will be held 
under the auspices of the I'anadian 
Amateur Athletic Union. The other is 
ilie annual" American Athletic Union 
<hampionships scheduled to be decided 
at New Orie^HTS on October 4. 5, and 6. 
There are at least three Vancouver 
athletes who shoukl bo sent to both 
of these meets in order to not only 
-ttcmonstrate..ilie superiority of western 
athletes and gi^'e them a chance-to 
show what they can really do against 
_classy. competition, but also for the 
advertising that such representation 
would give the city. 

One of the trio is of course the Can- 
adian all-ruund champion. Jack Gillls, 
who would be a worthy representative 
on a Vai)c,oirver team. 

Another is Duncan Giilis, flie big, 
husl<y cousin of Champion Jack. The 
liarticular feats in which Duncan ex- 
cels are the If-pound hammer and the 
discus throw. Norw, some of these 
il,i>s, 1! this same good-natured giant 
don't liang up a i>e\v hammer or dl.s- 
cus record it will be because existing 
world's marks in those feats have 
been 8uri)ayseti by somebody else. In 
l)ractice and from actual measurement 
.Mr. Gillls hase^thrown the 16-pound 
luiminer a fractkm over 1S3 feet, wjjich- 
eciuals Flanagair's world's record. Only 
Saturday week big Duncan smashed 
Ills own and all Coast records at the 
< "aledonian sorts when he heaved the 
16-pound missle .l.Vo feet. In the dis- 
cus throw he has accomplished a mark 
In practice that swrpasses the present 
record by 2 feet and he is making 
throws almost e\Tery day that come 
close to the existing world's mark for 
tljls ancient Greek test. But the great 
trouble is that Air. Glllis has had ho 
real classy competition at any of the 
local meets t ^n.i' l-.im extend him- 
self. - 

AboiU the same reason applied ' to 
( "arl V. .Ralrie, the Y. M. C. A's crack 
live-mile runner, who proved he Is In 
a c1h«s by himself at. that distance 
with any runners around here, plnce 



he began running four years ago he 
has competed in 35 races nt from 
three to Hve miles and often more. He 
has won all but eight of these and was 
only unplaced twice. Mr. Rairle was 
sent to Toronto in 1908 to take part 
in the trials for the Olympic games, 
and which he made a good showing he 
<)ld not tjualtfy In that classy company 
that comprised the cream uf all Ciin- 
ada In distunce running. But lvalue 
la running a whole lot better now tlian 
in 1U08. it only needs a -glance over 
the recent accoinpllshment of this 21 
.vear-old runner. He has run in _jive 
^distance races since. last New'.^^^ir's 
Day and has won them all Uy^ large 
margin. In fact all hl^--faces have 
been so eaay on the lUrfsli that Raine 
was never pushi'd^ttB he was always 
nearly a lap aliVfici of his opiKinenis. 
One of Raine's most notalile perform- 
ances was Saturday w<H'k when he 
lowered the Pacific Coast record of 
2«.4t) .'i-C, previous held by Will R. 
("handler, to '26.40 3-5. Even at that, 
he luid to Ilnish all alone with the 
nearest rnan almost half a mile belilnd. 
That tin?se three Vancouver men 
should certainly got a chance to .show 
what they can do when competing 
against tlie best is the unanimous 
opinion of hundreds of their friends 
and supporters. It is a matter that 
should be taken up at once. They 
should be sent to the Canadian cham- 
pionship meet anyway, and that would 
give an. idea of their real ability in 
ample limp to decide vvhether it would 
be advisable to send them to the A. 
A. I'.'s big affair at New Orleans. 



OTTAWA EIGHT 

WINS CHAMPIOMSHIP 



WASHINOTONr-Aug. 1 5.— Winners 
a week ago of the senior oared cnam- 
pionship of .Canada, the same eight 
from Ottawa here won the ehttm- 
plonshlp of all North America. They 
took jar.st.-h.t)nors in • the prime event 
of the closing day of the thirty-eighth 
annual regatta of the National ajsso- 
clatlon of amateur oarsmen. Scarcely 
less impiSrtant In the - races of the 
aquatic worldT,was the victory of Wm. 
Mchroff, of the New York N^ssaus in 
the single sculls. His victory over 
Fred Shepard of the Harlem'^s Of New 
York, was measured by one second for 
the entire mile and a" qujirter~CDxrrse. 



ALBIONS FELL 




LISH RUGGERS 
RETURNING VIA B. C. 



fsiand Cricket E I ev©^- -Sustain- 
ed Defeat at Hands of Ter- 
minal City Saturday—Vic- 
toria Defeated at Seattle 



Seemingly, there's no end to the dis- 
pensation of surprises [n the National 
Lacrosse Union race this season. Te- 
cumsehs, who were beaten by Cornwall 
a:'nd Shamrocks, regarded at the time 
two of the weakest teams In the lea- 
gue, put the first crimp in the cham- 
pionship aspirations of the -Nationals 
a:t Toronto. Nationals, up to Saturday, 
had not lost a game, scoring seven 
Straight wins, and were confidently ex- 
pected by their supporters to be going 
through the season without a defeat. 
However, the- unexrpected happened, 
and the Indians trimmed the .Malsonr 
neuve crowd, with the result that there 
will be some finish to tSje , N\ L.. U. 
race after all this season.— Toronto 
World. 



'I'lU' ar.uuiit.-^ I'!' till- .A iMuM- \':in.''iii - 
ver ericHet match, which I'l. place 
on Saturday and la whicli tlir : .rnier 
were dofeattiil.by. the score of 141 runs 
on a single innings, to hand show that 
the \''lctoi»'ians were handicapped by 
having to go to Held first when the 
ball was slippery from the rain. When 
the Malnlanders came to bat they, ran 
up :!BG runs for seven wickets down. 
Hodges and Peers were the high men, 
putting on 144 foC;. tiue fourth •^vlcket. 
The Alblons had a little over two 
hours to bat linil the last' wicket fell 
Just fifteen minutes before time. Thus 
ha<l the Islanders been more careful 
the '^lefeat mlglit have been turned to 
a draw. 

7^ 7 The Scores 

Vancouver 

J. F. Morris, b. E. W. Ismay .*... 9 
R. S. Clayton, b. E. W. Ismay ..... 18 

F. J. Peers, b. PeglW .'.-r^. 85 

Dight, b. Spain 

W. E. Hodges, b. Pegler , lU 

C. Sweeney, b. H. A. Ismay 21 

C. Nelson, c E. W. Israay, b. H. A. 

Ismay .-;-» .- . . .-. -n-,T ,.. .2- 

Murphy. not out 14 

Stanford, not out 

Extras 

Totai for 7 wickets ....... 



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. 21 
, .2186 



NEW YORK, Aug. 15.— The English 
nternationHl Northern Union "rugby 
football team, the greate.'St aggregailnn 
of rugby football players in the world, 
'who have been touring Australlii and. 
.Wnv Zealand playing U^'inis there will 
return to England via the United 
States. As a result „of this i,t is quite.; 
likely iliat a number of exlilbltlon 
games will be played here in' both the 
ea.st and west. , 

The English team will land at-'Vaii- 
Vouver from Australia suuietime next 
month. 

(iiTieral gaints will !m |il,i\ed ;ii 
Califiirula wlici.' i uKtn' i>^ v.-i \ iiupu- 
lar. 

.Much has been.Ucard in this coun- 
iiy of the style- of football known as 
the Northern Union rules, but it hag 
never been played in this couinry be- 
cause it l.s considered „a professional 
game and is only jilayed by profes- 
sionals. 

Tlie greatest exponents of t; ■ ■ • 

In the world have already .been nivii- 
ed to play- hi San FrahcLsco. There 
are over 30 itlen- l« the combination 
but there are only 13 lilayers on a 
team under the Northern Union rule.s. 

The Jollowers of rugby In this .state 
and Nevada want a chance to com- 
pare the new style game with 4he--&ftJ. 



yACHHEGAnA 
NEXT SATORDAY 



Club Sail Boat' and Laupch 
Contests WillBe Held Under 
Auspices Victoria Associa- 
tion—Two Other Questions 



COWICHAN 



BAY 
NOW 



POPULAR 



• ^M'tw 



Albion 

E. W. rnwiy, c, IMght, b. Morris ... :: 

W. Gregson, t>. Peers" Q 

H. A.^Jamay, c. Morris, b. Dlght .. 25 
W>) Robertson, c. Sw:eeney, b. Peers" 38 
C. W. Scott, c. Thomson, b. Sweeney 4 
L. B. Trimen.c. Murphy, b. Peer* . ; 10 
G. •€. Tunnard, b. Peers ';.... .".1.. . il .« 
H. H. Pegler. b. Peers ... i*..*, . i, .1 14 
H. F. Hewett, Ibw., b. Peer* ^^^,^_.t 

J. Sjiain, b. Peers ." ,0 

«. White, b. Hodges 3 

F, J. AsHby, . n.ojt. out , * , .'; i.^ . . , . , , =2 
Extras .0. i .»4t',^..fr«. . . J . 20 



Total-.; :' 

Seattle vs. Victoria 



.123 



,ln the match between Seattle and 
Victoria on the former's grounds the 
latter were beftbesn hy; 131 .to TO. Mc- 
Klllop *won thft match -for pie Ameri- 
cans, rtrrj-ing his bat foroVer 50 runs. 



Cowlcnan Bay was the popular fish- 
ing water on Saturday and Sunday. A 
small flotilla of" row boats and„canoea 
1)1 led back and forwards, carrying 
Waltons with trolls In their hands, 
and quite a few .Spring siilmon were 
vlutlmLfed. Not as m any, hg wever, 

_iVjere captured as wa s expected', not a 
few of the eager fishernven returning 

"With ■hothipg to show for tholr ooting 
btyond hardened' muscles and a new 
c( at of sunburn. They jumped a lk>ut 
until those wluv had not had ''strikes" 
were irritated Into a .state of groucbl- 
iiess, which lasted for hours. The fish 
were as frolicsome as kittens, but 
well-nigh Imitosslble when It came to 
fallling to the decoy. Their staterof 
mind was the more difficult to com- 
prehend inasmuch as, on the previous 
Saturday and Suriday, they had re- 
sponded to t^ic glittering sijoon with 
gr^tlfylngf readinesi^. ..-Lf^ 

■ . ~-^ ♦ ' '.■ ' "' a . " — ,, 

— Dead in'Hayfiald. 

OfitON LAKE. Que., .\ug. la.— ^n 
Saturday the body of Samuel Bai)tl»tc 
Dumont was found in a h^yfleld a few 
miles from hfe re. Dec eased had beeh' 
cutting hay. aruTa passerby seeing the 
team' standing alone found the body 
nfear the machine, the teani havinsf 
stood thtere all nlglit. 'Dumont was re- 
lated to the notorious Gabriel Dumont 
one. of the ieaders In both Northwest 
. rebelllon.9 and leaven, a family of sev- 
eral grown up children. 



A club I'c^'utta will 111' hc-lii ii>xt .^al- 
urday aflernoon. This Is conclusive 
evidence of the definite resescitatlon 
of iliir \'ictorla orgaziizatlon. There 
Win many who believed that after the 
intrrcHt aroused by the recent Interna- 
w'lnal event had passed away that lo- 
cal si)orlsn)en would lose their en- 
thusiasm. However sueh hasn't prov- 
ed the case. They have decided ll>at 
this city shall be represented next 
year In the struggle for the north- 
west blue ribbon, the AlexandrK cup; 
they have determined to make an ef- 
fort to secure a royal charter, and 
now' comes the announcement that 
there Is to be a series of kical races 
on the approaching week-end. 

Tills was one of the questions dls- 
cu.'!sed and decided by the members - 
while their boats were at anchor for 
the .nlg:ht in Esaulmalt harbor last 
Saturday. -^-Tltat It was Important, 
in order that the j'ounger element- 
should be encouraged tci'TJlke up one. 
of the finest sports extant, ^jhat It 
should be kept before' them by means ' 
of local events was. the unanimous 
opinion. Therefore It was agreed 
that the first of; these should^ take 
place next Saturday that all the yachts 
and all the motor boats of the home 
fleet should be divided Into two class- 
es — the "big" and the "smHll." Once 
so classified the^-jvUl be handicapped 
according to their displacement and 
sail area or their size and power. It 
all depends upon whether they are 
winged or me.chanlcaly equipped. 

All the arrangerhents for the regat- 
ta have not been completed, but there. 
Is no doubt that there will be a full' 
list of entries, and that four very fine 
races win be the result. The course 
It Is exTpected will be the same as 
that used for "the International con- 
tests — a triangular run from off the 
Dallas Hotel to Esi^ulmalt, thence to 
a point beyond Brotchle ledge, and 
from that buoj- to the commencement 
and finishing line. The paraphernalia 
secured for the big competitions and 
the pjyief'Jence obtained then should 
enable the officials to bring bff the 
local contests smoothly and with ease 
and satlafactlon. 

it was concludetj at the same note- 
worthy rendetvous that Victoria with- 
out question would make a strong ef- 
fort to secure the Alcx.andra cup next 



year. ^'he report was suljmltieil that 
tlvfe llnancial backing .-lecessary was 
absolutely assured. This point dis- 
posed of it became Himply a question 
of the arrangement of details. Tliese 
were gone Into to some extent, the 
chief b«ing as to the. rules under 
wtiich , the Capital. City craft sliuuld 
be constji'Mfitpd, While there was a 
i^rong element In faA'or of the TTni- 
v'ersal rulings, those backed by "Te.|'' 
Coary, <.of Seattle, there wore some 
who maintained thai. It vyould be a 
mistalie to deiiai' irim the IntiTn.'i- 
T-lon-al. Althiiugii , ;. i _deci.jion. was 
reached, it is^ llniught practically cer- 
tain tliai -tlie Universal will be adopt- 
ed. 

Thai ihi rlut.i't; tonnagf.' \va:i now 
fuli.v that required in order to ob- 
tain a, royal charter was another in- 
teresting piece of -information laid be- 
fore the yachtsmen by the secretary. 
He stated that afl a result of the fact 
I hat Mr. Gv D. Taylor, the' ovvjier of 
the yacht .'Vnemone/ had joined the 
club It was In a position to make a 
formal apiillcatlon for' the privilege • 
aiiql honor nought. Thereupon the "j 
discussion resolved Itself Ifito ■■ waya { 
and means of approaclilng those em- ; 
powered to issue the charter and a | 
plan was agreed upon whlcb-Avlll ..be^^ 
followed strictly and .which it ia. 
thought win prove sutigeasful,. -^ _^ 

MANY ENTRIES FOR 

SWIMMING RACES 



LADY CiMPIONS 




Miss Hotchkiss and Miss May 
Sutton, Expert Tennis Play- 
ers, Will Meet This Month in 
California' , ' 



BBRKEI^ETT" Aug. 15.~More than 
usual interest ha? been shown In' teq-j 
nis, circles by the announcement to- 
day by Professor R. T. Crawford of 
the Jfaclfic tennis assoj^latlon that a 
feature .of tire annu^il 'state champion- 
ships, which will commence on the 
university courts August 24, will be a 
match. ^^ama_ between uMlaa.- Hw/el - 



There was a meeting of the eommlt- 
tee in charge of the arrangements for 
the™ Island swimming championship 
meet, which is to be held next Satur- 
day afternoon at the C.drge, yesterday"" 
afternoon when final arrangements 
were considered. All those concernexl 
attended, reports of an. eminently sat- 
isfactory character were submitted, 
and the necessary steps were taken to 
have entry forms forwarded t6 all 
bona fide athletic organizations on 
this side of the Gulf, nogrth of the 
States and south of Cape Scott. It is 
expected thait there will be a large 
number of entries for each contest and 
that the competitions will be highly 
Interestlnff. 

THOMAS GAWLEY TO 

■ GO TO OLYMPIA 



An Invitation to take over the pOst 
of physical director of the Olyrapla, 
Wash., y.M.C.A. was . received yester- 
day by Thomas Gawley, of this city, 
who Is here for hls- vacation after 
spending some time at the Springfield; 
Mass.. Training Institution. It was 
accepted, and Mr. Gawley will take 
over his new duties In September. 
Bumor has it that Mr. Gawley,- the 
first y.M-C.A. athletic leader turaed but 
by Victoria, intends to launch himself 
into the sea of matrimony before leav- 
ing the city. All h ig-frlends — -of whom 
there are many^— wNI extend to him 
their b^at wishes- for a happy and 
prosperous career In the sphere of life 
which he has chosen. — .., -—■ 



Hot chkiss a nd MIbs May Sutton, wio 
have met oh oppositei, sides of the netr 
aeyeral times before. . 

--Miss Hotchkiss- haa"" flucceetlfetf ""IBft" 

A\-lnnlng but one match froni the south- 
ern California woman, although she Is 
conceded to have more strokes and to 
be a better form player than Miss Sut- 
ton.. 

Friends of Misa Hoichklsa believe 
that a different story will be told when 
the women m«et on the University of 
California "courts on the afternoon ST" 
the last day of the tournament. 

Mlsa Hotchkiss has played on tha . 
asphalt courtsr-op the campus -ma-By 
times and i,ls thoroughly at home on 
them. She has often expressed a wish 
to .meet Miss Sutton on these court, 
and her friends "are now predicting 
that-^Mlaa 'Sutton will meet Ser Water- 
loo. 

Aside from the italrlng of the wo- 
men champions other experts will 'play- 
in the tournament. Long and James 
are entered, and A. PutUn," the Mexico 
champion has announced his Intention 
of trying for the state title. There will 
be men's singles and doubles, and "wo- 
men's singles as the main events of 
the tourney, and a special event for 
men and women outside of the cham- 
pion class, as well as consolation 
matches for second' places. 



Finals'" In Seattle Tournament.' 

^~ SEATTLE.- Aug. .15;— Sam Russell 
won the State championship in the 
finals of the Washington tennis tour- 
nament here, defeating Walter Pltz 
in a hard fought iKjiitch, 4-6, 4-2, 7-9, 
6-1, 6-3. In the ladles' singles, Miss 
Hotchkiss .defeated Ml^s -Pitts, 6-1, 
6-1, aod In the ladies' doubles Miss 
Hottchklss and MisB J. Garrett won 
from TMiss Pitts and Mrs. Genge, 6-3, 
.5-7, 6-3. The men'p doubles went to 
Russell '•^h.d Flta, who defeated, Rich-* 
ardson and Johnson, S-6, 6-3, fe-1. -■;= 






yve Have Developed 
Expert Tailors 



It's team-work that wins— 
".Persistent, heady team-play." ' 

You see the beautiful result on the 
Lacrosse field, on the Football "gridiron," 
anci "around the Baseball ^aiamond— in 
every walk and work of life "team -play" 
wins out. - 

Semi-reaxly Tailoring is a system of 
organized team-work-4-whole.sale tailor- 
ing— that develops team workers, Uiilor 
.men who become "st^rs"and "artists" in 
the conception and production of fi|ie 
ell )t lies for- men. 

'I'lic (juickest man We convince is the man 

wli'i kiiow.s — till' rriiiir tailor himscir. 
Last seiison HiO iiMf<li;i n t tailors in 
< '.'in.'i'Li alone applied for the 8emi-rea<iy 
Tailoring rights for their town. 




Semi 



ready 








Balhinj^ Suits, Workin<^ Paiits, Outing Suits/Flaniic^^ 

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmimmmmmmmmmmm,,m0mtmmmmmHtmmammmmimmmmmmmmmmmmtmmmmimmmmmmmmmmmmmmm^^ 

Straw I fats, Auto Dusters, Tennis Hats, Neglige Shirts, 



^' Business Shirts are still bein.^ sold at Sale Prices 



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H undreds of ^bargains still to he turned intQ^cash, as 
room mu s t he made fo r imme nse sh ipments 

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Clothiers and Hatters. Exclusive Agents for Semi-Ready Tailoring. 614 \ ates St: 



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Tu««d«yr August 16, 1910 



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VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



Al 



ARRANGEMENTS FOR 
SIR WILFRID'S VISIT 



Vtisi 



Public- /Reception at Parlia- 
ment Buildings Open to'AII 

, When Presentations to Pre- 
mier Are Made 




TH>L following arrangpinpnts have 
been nVHde for tho public rpct'iitirm to 
Sir AVllrtd l^iurler, ..In ihe Parliament 
Buildings \;n Wednesday eveninK. 

Doors wllKbe open at 7:30. to those 




WESCOTT'S 

JIG SALE 

NOW ON 



Come in for .the Biggest 

Bargains ever ..seen 
-^'-irt Victoria 



E. E. WescoU 

Sole agent for McCall Patterns 
and Fashion Jo\irnal, 



649 Yates Street, 



Tel. 26. 



Intending to take part In the recep- 
tion. A general invitation having 
been giv^n. To prevent overorpwdlng, 
persons who wish to attend as spec- 
tators only will not be admitted be- 
fore 10:30 

The lad/es' cloak room will bo In 
the executive chamber, 2nd floor, west 
wIuk; the gentlfuien's in the main 
affk-e, Mines Depart nu>tU. 1st floor, 
west wi:jg. Members of the Lugls- 
lali\-i' AHSi'iiilily will use their own 
j cloak room. For Other official guests. 
Kontlenien will .use the leKlslatlye 
reudln rooi-ji, and ladles the hiaple 
I committoe roorn. The Cedar com- 
I niittee roonv- tia.s been set apart for 
I Sir Wilfrid l.^\.urit'r'a party. Accom- 
modation for members of the pre.sa 
has been prearod in the Provincial 
taecretary's departnicnt, 2nd floor. 

Refrealimerjls will be serv^ed in the 
maruuee which has^ been' erected be- 
hind the buildings."^ access to whi(.-h 
Is had dpwh tile steps behind the 
Chamber. , ' 

Upon the urnval ..f Sir WUtn.i, 
guests will enter the Chamber by the 
east door, procee*llng to the vicinity 
of the Sr)ealver'.s throne, where pre- 
sentations will be nuide, pivssing out 
! thrpugh the west door. ■;, 

I The 'centre of the.Chambfir.iias i.. . .: 
i .nrranged— for the convenlenci' t.i 
-•STiiesTs, as well as the rotunda, pietiire 
gallery, galleries, etc.- 

It is requested to a.void overerovyd- 

i.Uig-Jn the Chamber, in order that 

iircseiitations may not be Interfered 

; with. • 



FIX DATE FOR WARD 
IW& BMLECTION 



City CouneffAebepts Alderman 

Number's Resignation and 

-By-eteeticfl Will S^^Held on 

27th Inst. 




To make the children, look 
nice just for a day. Why not 
preserve their prettincsST'fey " 

nK■a;l■^ < ^i > mr 

PHOTtGRAPilS 

Our pictures, eitlier of in- 
(livi4HaIs or groups, are ^ so 
exxellent that they rival the 
steel engraving in softness 
and far excel in faithful por- 
traiture the work of the most 
skilful artist. 



— THE— 

Geo. H. Larn'gan 

STUDIO 

.1230 Government St. ' 
Phntie 2302 Ros. Phnnf i^iS? 



The city council has accepted 

resignation tendered , by Aid. Rusa 

Humber, and has fldced the date on 

which the bye-election in Ward Two 

1 will be held. I>Jominatlona will take 

i place on the 24th inst.T and If more 

than one candidate offers himself the 

I election will be held on' Saturday, the 

I 27th inat. The necessary resolution to 

that effect w'as passed at last night's 

nieetlng of the "city council. 

Illuetratlng tw some extent the 
methods" obtaining Ih civic matters a 
communication from the acting city 
clerk read at last night's meeting uf 
th'e council occasioned amusement. It 
was in referencie to the recent request 
of Mellor & Company, owners of two 
old buildings ordered by the city to be 
torn down, tliat they be permitted to 
r?fmaln in possession until such time 
as the proposed new building tv be 
erected by the firm on ,,Fort street Is 
re^dy for occupancy: The council 
when the request was discussed opin- 
ed that the company had already been 
given extensiohi* in time, and had not 
complied with this previous requests 
e— t-hc-- bulldlngs. - 



bulldlngs which, if the owners do not 
comply with. the order, will be pulled 
down by the city, the costy of such 
work to be charged against the .own- 
ers. 

Delay in Work 

Messrs. Bodwell & l^awson, <)n be- 
half of owners of itroperly frontiitg 
on Asiiuith, Cecil, Forbes and Victor 
streets from Kdmonton I'oad to Ityan 
streets, wrote complaining of the^flti- 
lay in the carrying out of local im- 
provement works authorized in Oc- 
tober, lUOii. In July, 19ui>, the owners 
were told the work would be proceed- 
ed with at once, but nothing has been 
done. The owners Were to bear four- 
fifths of the cost. Ovvlng to the fact 
that the work luls not been proceeded, 
with the owners have received', no 
benefit for the thousands of dollai'* 
of taxes which they have be.en called 
upon' to pay to, the city, and they have 
been unable to -do anything in regard 
to havirig the+fv. properly built vipoi). 
The Owners are willing to I'ay the 
whole cost of the Work- 11 tin; iit,\' will 
unlv 'iiroceed with it ai imrr. 

.\l'! McKeown slated I hat !a>i \iar 
litis matter had hern lii". ■ .-^UgaLcd, 
when it . wa.s liniiKi ihal ii.i Isewor.'j, 
water inain,.s. eU., wt;rc ou the streels, 
and no. sewers could be laid until a 
s.vbtcm of sewage far that seclipi>:ot 
the cil.s could .be de cide d upon and 

carried out. To_ go -ahead wltli the 

local iniprovement w'ork8~\v6uld have 
coat far too inucli. The communlea- 
tlu|i 'of Messrs. Bodwell <Si 'Lawson 
will be referi'etl to Uie city ;engiite«r 
for rei)ortr^, '•■' ■'*" *'.j' •■■?- '-'■^■■^^y'r 

Mr. Thomas's. Gore, through hta 
solicitor, Mr. Thornton Fell, com- 
plained of damage sustained by ills 
property at the Junction of Fort street 
and Oak Bay avenue, where the . city 
isnamni: a-^aTge amount o£ blasting 
to open up Oak' Bay avenue through 
to Fort street. The continuous r»il8e, 
dust and vibration caused by the 
blasting, the damage done by flying 
rocks, and the fact fliat this condition 
of affairs has resultvd in Mr. Gorie's 
tenant leaving the building i}re 
grounds for Mr. Gore's complaints. In 
addltliSn Jf the . city brings its rock 
crushed to the spot to crush the blast- 
ed^-oek jfho nuKsance will be continued. 

The 'city engineer and building in- 
spector will report on tlie complaint. 
-^ Award Contract 

The tender of Parfltt Bros., for the 

illdlng of a number of stalls In the 
masHcet buildljig and the laying of a 
concsete floor thereunder will be ac- 
cepteoN^and the ccm tract awarded to 
that firhj at a flifure of *1.7!)4. 

Tenders\for the supply of castings 
were receiv^ from the B. C. foundry 
Company, thes,&Iarlne Iron Works and 
Hutchinson Bra«^ They were referred 
to the city engh^eer and purchasing 
agent for report. 

The Wash Houso\Bylaw will be 
amended so that the provision requir- 
ing that wash houses;. TsHlst be located 
twenty-five feet back frtW the. street 
line and not less than ten\feet from 
..the nearest buildings, will not apply 
to wash houses within the flre\llm'Us. 
At present the p/ovision applies 
whole city. The request of Mr. Jti 
way Wilson, architect, for a ' perriHt 
tp erect a wash house within the flr^ 
limits, a request which Was refused 
by the building Inspector bec-aiise of 
th^ provisions of the existinff bylaw, 
will be granted. 

T he report of the f tre w ardens 



icen 



The acting citr-«l«rk reported fhat on 
August 12, 1907. upon report of the 
sanitary Inspector and building In- 
j spector. an enquiry was held regard- 



turning do\vn the proposition made by 
the munlcipnlity of Oak , Bay that ttie 
city, and Oak Bay erect a Joint fire' 
hall .somewhere near the eastern lim- 

fWgthe con<lltlon of the buildings, and ii^^;^^,,rig;J^^^^ 

! on August 19. 1807. a resolut/on was 1^1^^^^^^^ hM^h J »w 

I pase* ordering one of the bulldlngj, ^'""•^'"^ f*>»P^ be afti^nded so that 

to be removed within thirty days^ and 

the other within six . months. . On 
j March 2, 1909, the building Inspector 
I and fire marshal reported that the 



buildings which were still standing, 

should be removed as they cbnstlttrt- 

ed, in. their opinion, a menace to sur- 
rounding property. Another inquiry 

was held on April 11'. and on the 18th 

another resolution passed giving the 

owners, two ;nonth8 within which to 

remove the structures. _SJl.llL±lie build- 
ings remained, and on - February 4. 

this year, the building Inspector and nnn* n/i r-M/-.r-o 

sanitary in8r>ector again reported that4 1» U iV! IVI t Iv G E S 

as the buildings had depreciated mare 

than fifty per ceiit. of their value they 

sh ould be pijlle d ^bwn and removed. 
f on April 18, a resolution w-as passed 
■ by tfa«— eouncll ordeV(ing the removal 
1 of one of the 'buildings within a month 
i and the other within two ihonths. And 
I the buildhigs are still standing. To 
' the last request of the company for 

more time the city will reply with an 

order for the Instant removal of the 




Tiie Man at the Bat may 

be caught OUT on 

his thir«L»trike, 






hilt 

EDDY'S 
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NEVER -FAIL to' light the FIR8T StRIK E. "AM «tire as the dawn of 

- -,-,;:^i:; , tornorro'w." • • ' • . ' 

■Sixf' of experience have bro\ight Eddy'sT"^ M^tiStres to the 

ACME ui PLHFECTION... -The famous ■"Sllejj.t." ;^ 

Also Eddy's Paper Woodenware, Flbreware, PaUsr^ubs and Wash- 

■^)nfl^ds, ■ ■. ' ' ' .^ . ' . " 

Mitchell Bros., Selling A^tntl Victoria and Vancmivcf 



r/MmjimiMui^T:M, A!m mm 



Esquimau & Nanajmo Railway Co. 



CLEARED LANDS 

The Cleared Lots at Qualicum Reach, 
Newcastle District, are nowon the mar- 
ket in tracts of from thirty to forty acres. 

For plans and prices apply to L. H. 
Solly, Land Ap;ent, Victoria, or L. E. Allin, 
LocalAtrent, Parksville. 



so that 
•-roofs of bulldtngs within the 
fire limits must be constructed In such 
manner that the shingles will be laid 
m mortar or over asbestos paper to 
Increase the protection against fire. 

A grant of $100 will be made to the 
Victoria Horticulturai Socletyi 



Edrthqual^e in NOva Scotia 

^F^jrttMOTH. N'.S.. August 15.— Seis- 
mic disturbances lasting ten secon 
occurf-ed here trtday. No damage t 
property has been re)>orted^ • 

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ITS LABORS 



(Contlniied fr.orti . P&ge 7. ), 



church m many localities. • With our 
rapidly extending-work. our approved 
workers and therefore the whole 
church would profit by suitable recog- 
nition. -; From such a. claliSs , more 
inlnlsters might be drawn. The Metho- 
dist Kplscopal churches employ local 
deacons and elders or Presbyters. And 
the Presbyteriiins proceed "on some- 
what the same lines. The discipline as 
It stands on this matter of fl-ccnses 
needs clearing up. 

Employed .By Chairman of Distriits. 

Paragraph 171, regarding employ- 
ment of candidates by district chair- 
men Is variously Interpreted and ad- 
ministered. The structure of the para- 
graph Is .something complicated, and 
the meaning could be made clearer by 
director .Htatement In briefer septences. 
Is .the consent of the. annual confer* 
ence," se.ssloo or. Its spi'clal comipjtttie 
required In all cashes named? 

Missionary Superintendenta. 

Here Js. an offlbe In iwhlch there 

.shoijld be. all poHstVjh* continuity amt" 
unity. Bach S'lnn'rintindcnt .has a 
policy, a. plan of operation; must pro- 
ject his measures and should be al- 
lowed under direction of the general 
board to carry them" Into effect. Un- 
certainties and unnecesKnrj- Interrup- 
tions must sVeakcji movements and Im- 
pedc-pi rogr esH ; '.() thftP-x;lmruh«s— lut-v^ 
the adviintage' of us In this rcgrifd. 
Greater unity could b^ secured by. con - 
sultatlcns, and likely greater efficiency. 
At this point home help could ho olJ- 
tnlned from, a pr operly .ord ered) general 
su perlntendenPy and greater"uTiity of 
c6iipsel. Our brethren of the Western 
conference have bot^n proposing a 
scheme which; with desirable modlfl- 
catlons; vvoCild be serviceable to the 
church. ■- ■ 

Ladies* Aid Societies. 



Our legislation on th is- .Buliject I 9 
quite recent,. and as was natural at the 
sta rt, perliaps was Himiewhat tlmor- 
uii.4. Willi (he experience now galneflu 
further regulations migh t now be ad- 
opfcd^ which woiiTd' , hi'lp and direct 



Inte^rim Stationing Comm!tte«»# 

in .Mome cases tJVo tlnaldraft <if.Hta- 



superlntendents of circuits coacerned. 
The revision of otliclal and trust 
boards on such unions or divlshuis i-s 
of great imiiortance, and .should be ex- 
.pllcltly iirovlded for in discipline. 
Choirs. 
Who shall estimate the value fit 
good choirs in our churches? Wlio can 
tell wliat thPy do for our co'iigreKa- 
llonal worship, or how nobly and elll- 
-cienUy ..they aid the ministers in tlie 
sanctuary and in the social movements 
of his charge. Yet like other dissocia- 
tions they need government and in or- 
der to do their best work. The geiT- 
eral'i principles for tlieir direction are 
now staled at vurl,ous points In tlie 
discipline; but It is quite possllile help! 
would be found' in a I'lnscr andniofe; 
explicit stateni'ni ■■!' r(i|iin . lur m re • j 
garding them. | 

Codification, Revision, Etc. ! 

• .N'OtWlthstaridlng the splendid work i 

done by such editors aa.JJr^Jobn iV.. ' 

Williams, Ur. K. J.;; R.vckman, Dr. J. S. 
Itoss and Mr. Justice >Iaclaren, it 
w()ul<l be a decided advantage to have 
for the use of our ministers and all 
avimlnislratnrs of our laws and usat^cs 1 
a weir and carefully prepiued and ar- J 
laiiged codKicatlon of our book" of (lis- ! 
cipline, uniler authority of the general | 
i-onferenc,'. To this eiid a smailspe-l 
cial comh'ilttee might Mjij appointed 1 
which could report to this conference,! 
or possibly an interim bo^rd of re- | 
vision and v'^'J"l''atlon coulil be so 
formed as lietter Us a<.'Conipllsh so de- 
sirable .an end. Many uncertainties 
and doubtful matters and phrases 
could be cleared u.ii, and sotne-Lgaps 
filled, and dellclencleR pointed but for 
l^gaconsflderation of tlie gonferejico. 
•o Horse Ijleep. 



The question is "asked whether I^Ofl^ 
h<rrse (para. 268) must be charged 
to horse keep, and only the balance 
raised be applied to salary, or wJiether 
there Is liberty, of adjustment i-pckon- 
Ipg horse keep at pleasure of $100 
or under, so making up — out of horse 
keep — at least partlally--a deficiency 
of salary. (Tan further legislation do 
(^lything In this regard'? 

In paragraph 437, third line, the 
word "raised and reported." are the oc- 
caslqir of some controversy, where the 
circuit may have by legacy or other- 
wise, more or less of endowment which 
Is a source of annual .income. The 
(lisclpllne should make plainer what Is 
the real extent of the legislation. In 
such a case; „ . . 

Missionary Subscriptions and Super- 
annuation Fund. 

In as much as the amount Of mis- 
sionary money raised on a Circuit for 
the year Is reckoned. In the superannu- 
ation fund basis of asssessr^ent. ob- 
jection has been raised, that In the ad- 
vance of, missionary nK>vement.the lib- 
erality of the peojile Is taxed; and 
'ct)miilalnt« made that this must react 
in the lesening of the contributions for 
missions. A temporary arrangement 
was effected by which a. stated year 
Was elected as a Standard, and a per- 
centage designated. This n;iatter will 
require the attention of the. conference. 
General Superintendent. 

Provision; is made in the discipline 
89 (2) that the ge'nerar"superintend- 
ent elected by the genet^al confereno 
shall not enter upon the duties of his 
office till Ma's' loth following the elec- 
tion. Is there an interregnum? Or Is 
It designed the One In ofhce contlnu« 
in office till that '" date? Legislation 
^should he clear arid direct. 

the concltislfjin of his address, 
of whicl\ Vp^lyed consfderalrfi 
speeial applause, t,iie general Superln- 
tendehl offered prayer that new and 
greateAl rnmilsew mli fht come in pa ;^.^ 
a rhurcKSy J...\. .\L Akins, K.C.. of 
"Winnipeg, Nwas first on the Hoor with 
a motion tnVt^er thos^'clauses Of the- 
address whiciV related to committees 
to. those coTnnvivee« . fore .action, .aii't 
that B special colvmlttee be atipolntcl 
to take into consfderatlnn . the > ques- 
tion Of . general supC\..itendency, and 
whether there shouldNno t lie two sii- 
perlntendentB. one Of w^lch should b.' 
located in the west, whttfe the most 
strategic' part of the work\iow' lies. ' 

-Ktrn. Thoniils Crawford,' tjK Toronto, 
seconded the motion^ wlJlchVcarrled 
unanimously. .*. ' 

Prof. FranH Allei>. Of ManitobaN?nI- 
verslty, hmved a vote of thanksXti 
the general superintendent for «■ ^ 
address, seconded by Rev. Dr. Speer 
Thl8_wauld have psissed quietly had 
not tfrCr JnH. Allen falaed, the ques- 
tion wl;iether that motion Tfai~7equiva- 
lent to- an endorsement. There wen 
cries 6t "no, no." He e xplained that 
there ■were statements In the address 
that were not trite to facts , e.g.. one 
that" had reference t o Re v. Pr.. .Work- 
man' and Me,tropt!Ufln~ churoli, TVj- 
ronto. 

His point of order did not prevail, 
and the motion pas^«d through. — Thr 
"facta" are' to be- threshed out li; 
cotnmltiee. There Was conslderabh 
e:|ccltemeTU for a time. In fact th( 
whole day's proceedings have been 
characterized .li.v snap and . go. Th' 
men are here for husfpess, and will 
not lose any opp')rtunlty of doing It. 

With' a Itti-ge attendance, the mab 
body of the building being well H1I<o 
with the delegiite.H und the gallery •<>'. 
the edifice ,taktii up with visitors, th 
(feneral Conferenot; of the .MethodiK' 
Church of «.t«na(i:a opened its tirs! 
business session yesterday mornlnK 
Sharply at 9 o'clock the meeting cOm 
mehced. and front that time on not a 
minute was wasted. 

The. session was opened with devo- 
tional exercises svhlch were led by the 
Uev. Albert OarmaH, D.D., the geneml 
silperlhtendeht "f the • Melhodi^; 
Church, and as.'tisting hlra were severm 
of the visiting delegates. FollowhiK 
thisi the time of the cionferehce was 
taken up- with the business organiza- 
tion. The JR*v. T. Albert Moore. D.D.. 
was re-elected secretary on the first 
ballot, and l*iv-^^^*tmian. D.p., wm- 
agaln elected to llll the posTflon a.s' 
general stipirlntendent .of the ^church 
— .-It-was then decided that the lower 
floor of the odlUce be reserved for th< 
delegntes during the dally Sessions and 
the galleries for the visitors who at- 
tend. The hours of meeting were fixed 
as follows: Morning, 9-1 !}.' af i frnuo ii. 



into the city. Again yesterday after- 
rmon a large number and their friends 
arrived by the tirfternoon boats, and 
were iillleted by the members of the 
cotnmliiees in charge of this part ol 
Ihc wi>ri<;, , , , '■■ 

A'uong the arrivals on the Princess 
Charlotte from Vancouver yesterday 
afternodn v<-ere Mr. and Mrs. d. N'. 
Jackson and S'On. of Winnipeg. Mrs. 
Jackson is one ,of the ofllcers of the 
Wolnen's Missionary Society, and will 
adiJres^ the conference this afrei'no(,iii. 
She is a \'ery talented and popula_£ 
Klieaker ' and is the ja'csiclcivr' of^' the 
Manitoba branch Of tlie \V.M.S., 

The afternoon session today will be 
one of extraordinary importance. A 
dGputation frpm the Womons' Mis- 
sionary, Society and from the W.C.T.l'-, 
aqd from" the Minislerial 'Association 
will be received. Following tliis the 
mayor and aldermen of the city'~wril 
.bring, to the cojiferencf in .sis-inn ihi.' 
greetings- of the city. 

Premier's Welcome 

At 4 o'clock Hon. nichar.l McHrlde, 
JJija._ Premier, of tin- province, will ad- 
dress the cij^nference and bear to them 
ttfe/. official ' welcome of British Co- 
lumbia. ' ■ 

This morning will In- taken up- chiefly 
with routine ami commlMee.,''work, 
while the evening will be the occasion 
of the gre.'it event of the week, whoii 
the fraternal delegates from Great 
prltaln .and Ireland will deliver their 
address. The T-trltlsli delegate is the 
Rev. .Henry Halgh. He has ha'd a re- 
riiariiable and Interesting career. ? . 

Himself the son of a p'oijular YOfk'- 
shire clergyman, ho also entered -tlm 
church and under the Influence of the 
eminent Indian missionaries. William 
-A-Pthur and W. O. .Simpson, at th^ age 
bf 21 hevvont to the East, taking up 
'the work In India. He has. the dis- 
tinction of not ■ only being a hard 
working, missionary, but he also In- 
troduced a printing press? which Is 
today-^one of the most Importanjt In 
that land of sedition. He started the 
weekly vernacular newspaper known as 
the Vrlttanta Patrlke. and this paper I 
for more than twenty years has exerted 
an Important influence In the life and 
thought 6f all clas.«e8 in Indlav— rHe also, 
resusciated a missionary magazine 
which he already found In existence 
known as the Hardest 'Field. ' Until 
now 4t Is the most widely read publi-^ 
otttlon of Its kind in that land. 

He has -also done work for the Brit- 
ish and Foreign Mtslomiry ^Society, in 
the translations which he '^has made. 
He translated. Into Kanarese, WU'lam 
Arthur's ','Xhe 'rongue of Fire," a book 
which Is presented ,. to each native 
preacher- when he first enters his 
labors. Besides this he alsq made the 
translfitlon of the New Testament Into 
the Itanarese tongue for the British 
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Thecc arc no other lots witliiii the same cWi^'- 
taiu'p of the Pitv Hall that can he sccurecUat 



this ijrice. 



Only 



$400 

50 X 100 



Each 



ThrcV'^quartcrs o\ a mile from City "Hall, close 
to^^^ssg^ehool,- Nprtli Ward. .Park, and close to 
proposed street car line. 

4'enTiSi:S50<:^5li,bal-ane€-$ia:per month at 7 % 




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Piione77 . P. O. Box 363 

- vj f, can supply Just what yoti want in lumber, aarti and d^rs. 
-eteamed slash, grain fir and the latest in front, doors. Howard'* 
flush doorm they are beautiful. 



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Forthe purpose, of irjimediate pushing of develop- 
ment wprK^necessaj^ to complete shipping facilities 
for the product of ^their already FLOWING OIL 
WELLS at KatklJa/Alaska, the Amalgamated De- 
velopment Co, has decided to offer, FOR A LIM- 
ITED PERIOD ofe A LIMITED NUMBER of 
the CompaimlSLShares^t ONE DOLLAR each. 






2: 30- 5:. to. 'and evening 8-10. 

The iSunda.v" .School room of. 'the 
church presents a busy 'acehe.. ihlt 
all the- commitl^es of the .oonferenc 
hold their djiiij-i-^iesaloiiSt and frorti :» 
o'clock In -t he morni ng until' afjer lt> 
olelock 'at ni»hi thei;e la a continual j. 
Im H lne u B hu m In the •Httie^-StindhY-'' 



School rooms off the 'main hojy of the 
"choolroom are a number of stenogra 
phers, busily engaged with their type 
writer.s, , The chief officers of t|lo con 
Terence -have their pFivate stenogrn- 



those valuable auxiliaries in many of phers, and there are fttfio several public 

our church enterprises^ ' .,, ■ .-— -Qtrea. -t-. ' ' * — — — - :--.r*~' it---'- 



Tho cOm m It lceR~Tn)ltr their m'^ettn?^- 
In the gailerics-nf the .«»ehnolroomj aiiil 
tlons Is ordered til the refidInK-e<iiH— J-W-hb- main body ofthe schiiuLcaoni. 
pa'ratlvcly early In the sessions of the Along 'the walls of the Hc)ionlrooni 
annual cOTifer^nee, find then the In.- there I.s- stretched a very int.r.Mtinr 
terito committee iip4«fS ''hangcs before missionary exblldt, with br, Sti \ . nsi.i! 
conference rl.nes. I' "' iij Irregular -nrnr-Tr~rrrrps of -assi-stHMts in eliarge 
ft*i<l-undeslrable if ■ prcverrtert-f This consists of exaiiiplV-s of the re 



I,, ..<rr....-'bcnlng th' I . : .I'ifl'-'n In th' 

Ibis sub,1e-<'t. 
.St.-vA,,-ii fis ,-\nd Trustees in Unitinq :\n:\ 

Dividing Gj,f,gU4ts, . 

Mucii ccmfuslon arises. In dispo.siiiK 
of the officials and members when cir- 
cuits 'are iinUed' or dIv'U1**a; Explicit 
dir'cctloi'is should be given anil prciper 
jiiiihoritv which rensonable discretion 
l'jdg*;d with chairman of dlstficttf and 



irk,, done in the fojieifrn 
li' ; ' iHSliinarieH of the church. 
Tbi'/i- i,:i :ii,-(i an exhibit r •■ i' • 
W^j^oUs- which arc iMii)lish('i 
filiated societies of the chin<ii dr-.m.;;- 
with mlR.«ions, both hom,e n'Tld forelgc, 
and with church work 4n general. Thi 
exhlJalt_iB— aliractlng..jL..gxcat den 1 

.■I ttentlnn.' , 

yilU Die i)4iicHui>'N cuntliiu.e„.Jtol..pvur 



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-Bo not del^-— T4ie: wells a^e flowing. ' TtTe~pipB- 
line will be completed within ttiirty days, 



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Michigan Street— 9-room 1 louse aiul lot, fjo \ i_vS. Price, 
$3,600. $i,000 I'a^h , lir.'anoc, S'j^ jut niouili. 

Langford Street- - 7- roi ini l'i'i'.,iL;e nriil one loi, 00 x 130. 
rrico,$2,500. I'',a>v Icnus i^ixrii ^ 

S.W. Corner, Stanley and Grant Streets' — j-ri'oiii ino.Uin 
I )\\ illii!;.', ,i!iil coriHT !' 'I, -I' 'IK' f. ■HI I ( 1 a t ' op . I'rici-, $2,600 
Sj.odii (.a-!i, lialaiui.- 1 aiul _■ vcars., 

Albany Street— 3-ii ^ .m lloii-^r, with lar^m; i\>Ti'ii'.n l;all. 
Willi ill. b^.ii-,,.', a ipiartcr-acre of ground, conirnandins^ 
— tviee"V.i«vvH'"-i;.ir.i.c<^ $3,200. ^ooo'ra-h, l-.alance at 7 per 
- "cent. . ■• 



Cedar Hill Road — 7-room Hou^eand one /lot. Price $2,650 

$650 cash, halancf ^-\S per niontli. 

One Lot, 50 X 133 — ( )n Uolnit^"ii -.licet, elo ..■ to ea;' line^ 
and Keacli. Trice $600.. .^100 cash, halaiice $20 monthly. 

2 Lots off Oak Bay Avenue- Wilniot I'lace, Lots arc lii|^h 
and dry. and.only 150 yards from Dak Kay Amiiuc. $750 
each. 1 I all' cash. 

Cambridge Street -' )n>' lot. (>.:''', \ 104, fiiucil with post 
.and i;iil-. S.130 ca^h will handle tin-.. 1 'iirc, $1,050. 

Montreal Street- ( »ne lot, heiween Unt.ino .md .Michi.L;an. 
59x120. Price $1,000. 




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POWDERLY AVENUE, loo I'e.-i ir.Mo.ijre by 120 feet (lcci>, and C'oiia-f contain- 
in;; parlor, dinin,; o^ni. kii.ln/n, i ^\ - ii.-.i : .ins, bath, -pantry, toilet, in f.aei, all modern 
conveni-c4iccs.'' ' , , • . _ 

LarL,^c garden 01 thirty fruit trees in full beafi^g, nttmerous .shrubs, f loweys^ ■, 4jbft. . " 
Cement sidewalk-^,,., '. f-. ,,■■■■■. :■■ ''■-'-. 1^il- 

EriceJ$2,625 ■ : ■-— ^ 



On very easy terms. Only a small cash pay mentixrstart with. 



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P. R. BROWN, IJNIITED 



Moneg to Loan. 

Phone 107^. 



Fire Insurance WritteW^" Stores and Offices to Rent. 

1130 BROAD STREET. . P. O. Box 428 



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Some First-Class Mortgages 

In the Cities of Vicfdria and Vancouvery t rates ran <^ in <^ from 
7 to 7 1-2 per cent., in amounts from $jl, 200 upwards. The-^^ — ^ 
nior tg^^ s we^an liaad over to investors without an> dcla^ - 




PEMBERTON & SON 



614 FORT STREET 






are Funds Were Wasted jn 
Last Year's Strike-- Thitf 
Cause Js In ^ Cfiti 
State 



STOCKKDLil, Aug. 15.— Uttnr diil-.' 
ganlzatlon seem s to .have overtaken the 
Inljor unions of Swe<len as - k result of 
ttio falJui'o of' the hlg strike last VeAr. 
Tiif! rantc and file are In revolt And tp- 
I'iiHe to pfty In any more money, declar- 
ing Uiat the f\ind.>». used by the leaders 
in 100!) wero -vvuntoniy js^'asted.. ' 

\,.,.,,r.itnK- to flmirea Just pUbllnhed. 
1 ofshlp uf the unions ha.-j hefn 

V'.a.iu' : iiy' .ne;irly 10.0.000. and lMl,.,r 
iieWBpaperB admit ,,lliat the can 
inilon!.>^in l.-t in :i ri^llical'sstate th 



sriss O. Gamble, Vancouver; ^. S. Good- I 
roe and wife, Kosaland: A. P. Crisp arid 
w}fG, Kos.<sland; J. H. Hall and wJfe; Chi- 
cago; Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Bates, Cal- 
gary; \V. J E. Winterlnlte. Varv<;oi»yer; 
Air, and-JMrs. J. T, Fulton. Kanjloops; 
J. O. Proctor. Nelson; tr^Vr^hetford, 
VancouVcTj Mr Von BelKKcf. Germany; 




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FOR A FIVE-ROOMED COTTAGE NEAR PARLIAMENT 
BUILDINGS, corjtaming gas, electric light, bath, hot and cold 
water. Lot is 60 x 120. For terms and particulars apply to 



GHANT &^ ONEIIAAI _ 

P.O. Box 307 , — : — - 633~YATES STREET -— "pgJne 664 



Head Offices 



I LINE HAM-SCOTT SAND S~"GRAVEL CO. 
1 LINEHAM & CO. Jordan River. 




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iriall group of leadf: 
iaH lu glvo those moat aerloualy 
tod ah opporinnity to be hpard. 



McU Hawks. Vernon,' K. C. !•*. Ellison. 
Verno,n; He]en If. LoukH,- New York; A. 
D^.Ta'nnen, Mias Jansen, Xhetis Itiland. 

Mr. and Mre. D, »C. Batcsi Calgary; 
Mr..' and ..Mrs; Edw.. Catinlnghom, Se- 
attle; Mr. J. W. Moore , and wife. Mor- 

■pet ti ; Mr., and J| r». Walter . Tiioimpaan. 

T. L: Conwcy and wife, Vancouver; 
Mr. and Mrs.- PhlUpps-WoIlcy, ^Cow- 
Ichaii; John S. Rob,lnson. Plhcher Creek; 
T. llarley; Toi'bnto; J. B. Kerr, Vancou- 
ver; J. T. Wnsori and wife, Berkeley, 
Cal,: A. F. Moulton and wi r« , L. M. 
Rice, Seattle; Cha». H. Thompson, I^ort- 
lahd; F, C. Atkins, Po«lat»d; B. G, Du- 
lin. >'l>o|i Angelee; Mra. VUse," MadlBon; 
A. C. Aldows, F, Field, Hazelton; J. O. 
M. Morris, Edmonton; H. S. Lennle. W. 
A, Austic, Nelson; J. H. Loojnls. J. ^D. 
Therlbt, Ghiti Falls, Ni Y.; O, R. Thomp- 
son. Montreal; F. Waring. Vancouver; 
Mr. and Mtt). O. N. Jackfion, WJnitlpesT; 
I '■•-!! B. Gllrriour. F. Arnold, Vancouver; 
Allenbi'rg and wife, Columbia; W. 
j 1.. -vlayhev/, Vancouver. 



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Birch:, D, H; VibfUM, ■ Vancou- 
ver; i. Baker, _5.''aricoiivcr; C. E.. jfcec- 
iand, Ghenmlnua; B. M. ' Turnbultj Van- 
couver; A. T. Meyer. M1.S8 P. E. Sll- 
iiaiiKh. Miss P. E. Brown, ; Milwaukee; 
M--. .1. M, II('Tnf<1v, SV-.'ittlc; V;. A. Tay- 
I-.. II..M|>.|. U'aNli,; I.. 1!.,. Hcow,' MIBs 
■" ll'-t'son, J'. <>iabiirn,- Mr.<3. .P. 
Tacom.a; W. P. VarSob, l^rs. 
■\;\r.'^..n, Kdriuinton:' Dr. a. B. Bowley, 
Hts. Ko'wli.y.., San Francisco; R. Cross, C. 



A. 1}!-Int' 
.Spukani- . 

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l-'U):'., ;-.ui. .I''rani.'i:-. 
M. TagK' : >'ll>. AN'iJUiip.'f.'': i:.il.i • 

i-;. Bond ttud uifo, .Holl• 
■ .ilf, Los' AnRoie's; A. ii. 
White, Dayton, OlTtb! Ernest. Uii<;k, '-'ui- 
Kary; Miss W. B, UourJt«s Va»«w>»v«ri-| Ore. 
.\. M. Allison' and Wife. San 
A. M. Gardner; San Fnuitjs 
Alvonsloben. yancottvpri Av 



• wicr, Mrs. Fowler, 
V'nncotiyur; A. Ci. 

s, Mont'reah 

ncouver; H. 

Ml, Moorlioad. 

I't. Dodge, la.; 

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R. Oughf\'ed, Montreal; Rev. and Mr.s. J. 
T, Mainstay, tValla Walla; C. W. Parr, 
J. Ought.'On, Mrs. P. Wilson and "family. 
Vancouver; 5Jrs. R,. F. Weeks, Seattle; 
Charles Rdpo,- Kenora, Ont. ; M. R. Stelce,' 
Ouelph: H. Maynard, St. Leon, Que.; M. 
.T. BarbefrC'hlHlttaok; W. S. Sates ani 
"wife, Calgary; Ralph S'mallea, Seattle; 
E. M. Wabrl tlge, I^rs. R. B. Campbell. 
Cft'lgary,; F. N. Holsori, fSeattltr; J. O. 
Morse. H. B, MpNutt, Pt. Angeles; J. 
H. Harding and wife. Nekv York; R-. J. 
Rpck, Seattle; Sam Calhoun, Comox; A. 
McCtuskv. W, M. Smiih. -■?. wilapn. A,_ 
S. Hauif^ln, Vancouvef; M. H. Murray. 
Santa Cruz; W. S. A^alter, wife and 
child, Brighton; Mr. and Mrs. James 
Daley, Fort William; R. C, Flerhellef, 
R Knight; Vancouver; John Dunlop. E. 
J^ McDonald and wife, D. A. Cohan, Miss 
G. W, CrawhaU, L,' T. Starlind and wife, 
Seattle; J. L. Veach, Tacojna; F. Y. 
Snow, Seattle; W. U. Borg, Cincinnati; 
J. Holegrts. I^oulsvlljel S. W. Hogan, 
Walkestonf R, A. Wallace and wJfo, 
Hlgli-JRlver; Miss Hrd, Bbur^e; Frank 
Relph, A.- Ji. Dollar, High River; . H. 
Spear, wife and son, Mrs. Chlete, Van- 
couver; iiliss Ipv.erson,' Seattle; Mrs. A^ 
Ball. Oshawa, Ont; Mr. and Mra. W. B. 
Baton, Enderby, B. C; W. Q.' Plercy. 
wife and daughter, Winnipeg; A. V. 
Crisp, wlf6 and child, Harry Smtthj Vah-, 
couyer. . , ' 

tiHFteirVlotorla— - 

J"., I*, Orahatu. 3. ip. .French, N. M6- 
Knlght, Vancouver; 'Scott Francois, B, S. 
Leavy, To^^ Inlet; R. .T: AVilson, J . Arm- 
strong. C, Richardson, taanicn ; Satii 
Jones, J. .CJ.^GQulsdn, WllUhm Scott, 
Seattle,; Henry Wilson, ('algnry; James 
.Snider,. Mooseiaw; Ofo. II. Thoinfison. 
Winnipeg; Aif. Cameron, Nelson;. C. H. 
Harris, Prince Albert; W. F. Bean, Kan- 
sas City; D.. White, !C(ji«l«on; .r. Spencar. 
and -wife,. Colorado;* T. Harvey, Thomas 
Gable, Mr. .and Mrs, Oi-^Kcitnedy, H. H. 
Thomas, Seattlfe,; Wm, R. Barley, Miss 
Attlngtord, Geo. ."^iethlngton, Vancouver; 
C. H. Balnes. Missouri; Fred Walter, F. 
W. Mullihy, lijfelsori; F. .Slm.«, l.a.Inor, 

At .th*... VAllttOml*^ ;: 

' .1. R,' C'rniff. Mea^o 
B. llalbv .ui.i wifi . 



LETTERS TO^ THE EDITOR 

Pumping' pf aarbags. 
Sir — I have nc>tlced yctlur editorinis re- 
garding the fouling of the cliiBP in wat- 
ers^ of the straits by tli0 dumping of rub, 
blsh JTrom the garbaffo .sco%v»s, but It 
ggg?g5-loJ:i».V«^.n.O.., effect.. The dumping 



too close In still goeji merrily on, -the 
contractor saves a fe w pfiun ' dH iJf ouut 
and power launches are emlangered. 

On Saturday afternoon «(;• ..aboXit 8 
.o'clock I started for Ivsquimalt In my 
latihch.' .. It was blowing. fj'«Bh from the 
southwest aad-t}»ero wsh quitn a ehoppy 
sea off Macaulay .point. I headed out 
quite a bit to get -sel* room. Off Macau-: 
lay Point' stretching In a long Irregiilar 
line, following a tide streak off In tho 
direction of. Albert Hfead. IJe what I took 
to be immense jritiantltieH of straw bat- 
tle envelopes. ,Th,o.^ua.ss in places Ap- 
peared to bB t*enty-flv(8 feet or more 
In width. I kept in a southwest dlfec- 
tlon looking for a pasftage through but 
could And none. Prest ntly "jny engine; 
stopped de»>d. A .glane^ over the stem 
Bljowod me she flad |Hrkcd up a gt^ea't 
mass of cdarse matting in her screw 
and so fa^ as 'pbwar was conce'rned, I 
was helpl^s, alphe In the launch, and 
on n lee shpre. Forttftiatoly I have a 
small liigsail on Iwarjl ami was able to 
hoist this and make the harbor. But 
for the sail I tM^hi. have been In kn 
unpleaiiant p'o.sltlon^ 
, A man who helped me release tny 
screw also_informed me that the Cherh- 
Tcal' compnny^had .pent a whole sccn^- 
load of.flTose menaces to navigation 
out to sea and dumped -tlvesi overboard 
fiir launclies and sniall tiigs to pick up 
oh their piropellers. They were probabl.y- 
a square yard' each' In area, ma<1.2__jijt. 



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Whitby, ont.; i 
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Ings, Calgary: 1c, .1. Pnlirut-r, Clidnalnus; 
A. Sheet, C- Vli) .irjrTmrnv; ,T. T. 

I u-msby, .Torontn: l,aii«lilin, De- 

liolt; C, A. Kowen, A, aic.nonald, Dfl- 

■trolt; It. C. Wi.od.iiJld'wtrp; .T. .r. o'-Rrlen 

-'■f£lTd"T^1fe;- W. ;■ ' : -' '■:"■' 
child, \'flnr<ni :■•..■'■ \ ■!■• ' 
j.llji-K-; J. K. . F. Stp.r, Toruntu,. .lohu J. 
A'wleiitlrie. .Sn.n FrancJsow;^ S. Maclntyre 
rui.l wif'', \:iii.MuvfT; II. J. <'atilblci tiiMi 



:'hlld, CalKar.y.. 
hibald, NeW West- 



<.>. Brcmni. 
Mls.se.M A, ail 

minster; Geo. .Duiilop, Vancouver; Dan 
.(ones and sins,- . Mrs, D. JMltchell, ' Nn- 

nffimo;"^! ' . wm. Adam .nnd 

eblld. Ml . Nnnalmo; VVillliuu 

'■ Mt-nst, t..'ov,-icliyn.; D. M. Korltyn. H. J. 
iv, Langley; Mrs, Ernst. J, pinker, 
VaJicouverj...\\'. C„ Barber, ciilUlwark; 
Rbbt. Hnfleld,' Heaftle; F. R. Butters, 
Mirni.-Hj.oiif-; !-; I .. Wh««lor, Sidney ; A. 



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Strong coarse mattffaf such as sulphur 
Is imported in. r— '^'-, ' . 

'On Sunday ■^hllerunalpg arotmA-to 
Es(iuimalt I noticed a nffffilier of them 
floating arovind by IIm' unlnili ni: that 
liarbor. "'■'.' 

Such rubbish should be /burned and, 
nof thrown into the sea,' a njennCe to 
small I , 

A 111 .'■ lunoh was some'dls- 

' iii-e aii'Kiii tit^inifs an/f eyTdehtTy gnf 

.nugh the mass safely ^fl.,|,_8a.W him 

I'lliiiS; Id I iniaU.. -It ^i'P Q"<^ '<^ 

nmaiWl " I ii.> cftn corrobfTrcDta 

HAD MUCH'I^iFM:. '-. 

Supposed SmuygJer \a Captlirocl by 

Vancouver Police Officer After 

Smart Chase 



.IiirUaii. HwJi ' 
Alfred Ow' ; 
.lotTorson, Si ;ii i 
Jns. D, Twadiji 
key, Campbell UiM 



'■iiy; I. 
f;i;ulloy. Bowtnn, 
ige, II. C. Fers- 
Colin •McFadyun', 

IjCthbrldge; .1. /Trelnax^— Saokc;... W, A. 

Mclntyre, Billliig'N, Wont.; A. Harvey 

and wife, 'Vanronver: 1. MacArthur, 

CharliH Ma<.'.\rtlnir, :i.!ri ■ 



' ' ' '■ Aug. 15. — 'A cli^ver 
i. ■ K'ln nre-(Hfitl-si»'Hni- 
tug i>yuy u prominent part, ooi'uri'i": 
Shortly^ after one o'clock f5aturda.N, 
when Sergt. M.'ionule.v iitter dartiin 
aroiind fornors, tht'ougi) aIleyw:r.-5! rnv; 
ehipf.vifig niree f-ha1inlier.s of.! 
ver, hrmiphl under thi- ^Ironv. 
'. !. ' ^illr-Reil .' mUgglefB, 



N'icholii.s II. t."ollln8, a Jew, arid Jim- 
my, a Jaytnt'se. A' third man of the 
alleged sniuggliiig party wHs a China- 
man, who. by doubling back on the of- 
ficer of tho law, made good his es- 
cape.' • . . 

Taken to the police station and 
searched ColIltiH had on lilm |<-,3T0 
4vl<l4t*«-4n' frts- soeks. lift gave his ad- 



dress as 51!) Hamilton street. It Is Vie 
tteved thai he wns having the opium 
taken to his room, when caught. .There 
were^lSO tins of opium In* the grips 
valued at about $1,500. 

The, Jap was a boy from the Em- 
press of India now lyfng in port. 

The police suspei-t that Collins is n 
leading njember of an. opium smug- 
glltig gang oi>erating here and at other 
ports. 

REPRES ENTS CAN/VDA 

Hon. R. E. Lemieux Will Attend Open- 
ing of First South African 
Parliarhent. 

OTTWA, Aug, 15.- Hon Rb- 

dolphe E. Lemieux, pfislma.ster-getj- 
eral. has been appointed to represent 
C,ai:tada^t the op<»nlng of the first par- 
liament of tho South frlran union, 
Tho general election In South Africa 

to take pLacG September 18, aivd par- 
4ment will be opened by tile t)uke <>f 
Con naught, on be>half of His Majesty 
King (feorge IV„ early In October. 
. Representative.^ of all' the King's 
OverseaiS Dominions will attend the in- 
augural ceremonies. • ,v 

An Invitation to-be present on be- 
half of the Dominion of Canada was 
tendered specially to Sir Wlllfrid Lau- 
il/iv. b("twffi'ii vvl ' iOm a nd Premier Bo- 
Jha of Snt nii Afrl>fn ,'i wa rm friendship 
grew up during the cofonlal confor- 
enne lielil In London. in 1008. , 
, Sir Wllifl-lcl. was obliged 4o decline, 
and the postmaster-general has just 
boo.i appointed to proceed to South 
Afrlcyi in his' stead. ' ■• . v^ 

M/ Letnletix wUl start frotrs Ottawa 
for Capetown on the 20ih Inat, goiiig. 
by Way of Liverpool. .' •' 



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$13,50(1 



Terms: ()nc-third cash, balance i and 2 years equal pay- ',', 
mcnts, 7 per cent interest. , ^ 



HOWARD POTTS 

Bownass Building, Broad St. 
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634 yi«w 8t. 'Phon* 2307 

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Near high school a "nearly new 
six room bungalow cottage, with 
basement, c6ricrete , foundation, 
till modern Improvernents • and- 
oonvenlenoes. Easy Termi 



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Wescott & Letts 

Moody Block, T^atea Strt ci 



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a«e»>t« ry BmWingttt ;. 

KtAMAtlT FAi;iJp. 6re,. Aug^tS^- 
"I know if otWnr About rtiy resigna- 
tiort, ''an"<r~3<) not intend to resign. I 
have .acnled a,hy siich Intention, aiTu 

"BtliV de»w It." snirt Secretary of the 
Interior R. A, -Balllngjec tohu '^i 
Associated Pre.'as representat 

-pT.esld«»n-t. ha« . ' > u mi";...an,v:.-J-u.^4 

tlmatlon tbnf my resignn- ( 

tlon, rtn'd until, h . , i : 

as seeretarv ■' 

,'i,nd Mrs. ' i m . i.i,. . 

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arxH'^ed areHi on y.-iiui 

•'^Tr I'l. : 1- ;, de|)Ut,v mlnlHt'i 

fit il;i' I'm navy, came from Ot- 

tii-wa . • I ly to greet lyord lirasscy 

11 behalf of the.goVeiiuiunt. 



No Oprninq of Lands. 
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u aerx'fci.-. .......I.. i.,.,,.i.;d a "' " 

I ying reports that the R 
tncni contemplates extensive opcniiiK 
of lands on the Yakima' Indian rcscr- 
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A. GILSON. 

Pbone 13B(J. F. O. Bon -15^ 

Hani TBn^Att Airoct. 

704 l-M'VH HI 






til". b1'>m1. iron AD linWiM^i. .kuiTos a-iA 
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MCTGRI A D.^ITY COLONIST 



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VICTORIA REAL 




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comparati\cl_\ new, newly j^iadcd r 
Rooms uu-lihjc : X'^stibule cl( lak indin 
iT.om. den, dmuij^^room, kitclun, [Miiti\ ,.,:'i , scutl.sxj'„,„ 
rlown stairs, d'lirce b_e(lrooms with id^iln^ c'ld-^ci-., Ij.tili- 
rooni, t()ilet-.aud linen 'room njj'^tairs. ilouse wa~S"\vcti 
huilt f..r owner and heated with liyi air, hirgc open grate 
in ( h a w i ng room, stone foundation,' larg« bascment..'\\ i '-''' 
stationary wash tubs, house vj^tll .vftptilated " and ^vx^:: 
class plumbing t hrpug ho ut. : ■ ;, 
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Valuable Income Bearing Property | 



\\'c have for. sale the ].'roi)crtA- sitiia'lcd on ihc corner of I''" iM X'aiimnver 
and Mea.rs Streets, having' n fronlV-cre 



()0 feet rm . Port s t 4*cei, and rinivnig 

tliron^Mi to -Mears "street. 1 )tn-ini; nn; iklsI iwij— week^ mdi:£L_4iroperty on 
h'oi-t .^t^ceL hars been. Spiel than in an\ idher |>r!rfc of til<5 city. Kort street is 
at lu-csenf ; alirV atwgy?";^ili.be, the main t h( n-on^Tffar^ leaHmg from the best 
residential part of the town,. As Soon as the i)roposed improvements as to 
wideningLiuidiighting are finished, the s|r«et_wiU quickly become:oi»e 0£ the 
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One-t hird ca sh. , 

A first payment of $500 will handle— 

3 Lots 38 X 145, On Grant Street.. Price $1650, or 

4 Lots 40 X 170, on Shelbourne Street. Price $1200. 



Lot 50 XI 60. Price $3800. 



Two Nice Lots On Wliicli 
"To Build -Vre: 




SNAP! 



A SNAP ! 



Modern 1 1-2 Storey House 

With full basement, Princess Avenue, near City Park. For quick sale, only^2,950. T^mis. 



Fire Insurance a Specialty 



APPLY TO 

COLES & ODDY 



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Fire insurance a Specialty: 

REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE AND FINANCIAL AGENTS 

___ 1205 Broad Street, Next t6 Colonist. Office ' Telephone 65 



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I Lot 63 X 140. on Ghamberlain Street. Price $ 750-_ Terms. 
I Lot 60 X 140, on Cowan .Street.' Price $650. Terms. 




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GREEN & BURDICK BROS. 

REAL ESTATE .IK'SL'RANXE ■ 
Cor. Broughton and~Langley Streets Phone 15 18 



We hkve some good acreage In 
small blocks, . fOr' sale at ' 

wood, on very easy terms. ♦ 

- Several blocks' of land nn and <> 

near the new iiui Bay road. ][ 

Also several business proper- " 

ties In the heart pf Victoria. , '\, 

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157 acres of good land^ 250 fruit <, \ 

trees bearlngr. Close JLp steam- <■ , I 

,it)oat landing. Small house, barn " t 

ami stables.. An Ideal s^wt. , ;^ \ 



ALBERT TOLLER & CO. 



impel' iH I Hank I'liajiiber 
604 Yates 8tr««t 



■felephon* 1119. P. O. Drawer 7»J. " 
Soon 10, ICafaOB Blcek. Victoria. " 

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Very desirable modern House, on lot '55 x 150 to a'lane in rear. 

FOR QUICK SALE 

Owner will accept low price for this week only. Exclusive 
listing— ask to see this property. 



484 acrys. near Clayoquot. with 
watpr.froist jof excellent san3y~'t' 
beach: price per acre •■ 

L.ot, Menjl'es ."^t , - pear Slm- 

L.argo lot,' .Sujierlor ' S^.. ■ 60xnS, 



agar :^j,v.«f »i»^a«^>/t4i»U. .MtOO-^ r- ;— -C0T-.McP H E ftSON AVENt»C, ckwe-t^ -street-T-ar. Pr)..e . 



B'uslnejiig--lTrr: — *0xt-3f 

road, bcfweefl: Rock Bay and 
Point Ellis brfdRes, price. .fl600 



E. WHITE 

604 Droughtun Street. 

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1307 Government St. Phone 55 

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Tliiiber! til 

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and sec .us. '' • ' ]| 

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Plummer & Rideout i: I 

Timber 
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:;rJEiyE-ROOM MODERN H OUSE and Rood lot on South Ti 

Flv e mlnutps xyalk from the post office. Price. .... - . . $3,500 

""^ Now rcnS f'or J25"per4m)nth, wW 'accepF-tot ai first payment on 
same. "PaTa nee. a^t26 per month ahd'lifrterestr 



fT,000 



BUSINESS PROPERTY, corner Burdette and Dousrlaa Streets, $36,000 



.. ■■ BUei-NESS PROPERTV, Humboldt .street, opp Empress hotel. .»22 ,500 
',l.'.[ SIX-ROOM MODERN HOUSE ON DAyiE STREE,T,-new and mod- 
'-" f .ern.i^i<*\ .<<fmittft«h payment tiaf by the month. I ........... .f3,T50 

OAK BAY — ("Inse.ta Oak Bay Beach, the swellest residential portion in 
the city. Lots on easy terms withih one block of the Oak Bay car 
.llaip and n.\k Bay hotel. Prices from JTa" in ttrtJOO. Easy terms. 
RICHAI^DSON STREET— Beautiful level lot's in the Douglas ealiate, 
Just below W-ov^rnment house. ' TTR?5? lins air — unsu r pass ed as a 
speculation as the fashionable portion of the city la Rowing; 
towards ihcm. we feel confident they will be worth 11.500 each in 
two years Price $650. on ea,py terms.. Sewers pfnjt the lots. 
HOLLYWOOD ADDITION — Car runs past the door, level irrassy clear- 
ed iota within one block of the Foul Bay beach ;theae are the cheap- 
est huvs in the city at $550 each. Terms,' $50 cash and the balance 
at $15 per month. ' 



MAHON BUILDINQ 
Tel. 1462 



BusiiieVs"yr^perty "" 
Farm and Fruit Lands. 
Houses and Lots 



All 
Good - 
Ruvs 



Nil.' n65lK — Xcar Gorge 

.Road, 222 feet frniitage, 

on terms. .\ ^nn]}. $1,650. 

X"^ 7p')-—-\ .double corner' 
oiT' "BLTcTTu-oofr and l\ront- 

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market 



" Ficlow 
$1,100 



Insurance. Rents;- 
and Money to Loan 



Conveyancing.. 
Notary Public 



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., twccn Doni.ila.'; Street and 

■rCny I'ack. ch. -ice. $1,750 

.V'l. I 1 f.'^l).-- 1 ,'"it on Tdrnnto 
Snc.i, near ('.nvernmcnlV 
Tn.in >'...'.. .....$1,250 



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FIRE INSURANGE 



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Tli« Oldest Scftttish Firt Office 



A. W. JONES, Limited 

General As'ents 



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followlHK money makera unless 
you_ hurry". ,Tlie.«ie tHree buys 
are very cheap wlthotit car line. 

sof rthe bljf advancB_J t 
cara at* runntnsr- ' 
HO. X, fteatUohton^ — ."VO acres, one " 
mile from Saanichton hotel, 
main road runs, through, Price 
tilOO per -acre, bn-e-third caajlt, 
balance arranRedi , ': 

»o. S,' gldaar — 5 , itid MO acre 
V • v,.,.^^!.. blocks, air uhdef .amiv.ation " 



Linden A\cnue 



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tL fforitage, on the above avenue, just, 
below F'airfitld, Road. .Ml in6<lcrn conveniences, on street^ 
asphalt roatbV'ay, cement ^^idewalks and stTect car dose to 
hand. , W c can recopimcnd this as a j^ood buy at $1450, on 

Wa^s.' . ■ ". ' . . , 

WILLIAM MONTEITH 

Real Estat*, Loans, Inauranc* 



60 X 120. next to C(jrncr. 



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Both Good : 



YOU TAKE YOUR— <5H0feE- 
THE- SAME PRICE 



$3500 



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32 acres 7 miles 01 
acres on Salt Spring, Iftand 

T^if 13 ai'res are alt, under 
< intiyiHlon., 7 mllea from. Tic- 
torUi, Kiiou land,- 2rt. fruit trees. 



close in, with gfood rev- ♦ } nit fmced. Hi>li-ndld waierTJmTie"':! 
cjiyt. 1 Mi> I,", nil i>A,M ^ . ,^^^^ ,.^^ ,^. f,^,^jj^g cow shed. 2 * 



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(<35) B'ttt0am& hou«r 

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ininK .ftfeot. «ft jmodefn.. Tht|i 'houiw - ts ««- 

id all we.--'Ai!BJ3agMiiiCli f"~IT .. l.aft r.. -'r . A, '.'^v ery 'amal! 
^fcwre t,._I_t^|Jll_o^e bl<»ck_,from the- projioaed 

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• '( 4(1 acreg has 14 under cuJP i 

, tivation, 20b fruit trees l^pjir-. t 

insr, good , houae of '5 rort>n«. i- 

barn, chicken houaea. stvHjiir, I 

C'c. near achool apd Wliarf. f 

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Tuvaday, August 16, 191b 




FOR SAN 
FRANCISCO 

And 

Southern California 

Lcavlnr Victoria, «l « «• >i-. ^^«„lli,Ji 
•teamcrs QUEEN OR (tC-ITY O*" PtTEBLA 

.THROUGH SERVICB 
r^Kvtt PeatUfi 10 a,, m,, •teamer OOV- 
ERNOR OR PRESIDENT, Aur IS. 26. 

Fur Southe«»ii;rn Alaaka. COTTAOE CITT 
or CITY OF SEATTLE luave» Sealtla » P. 
m., Aug. 13. 19,, 25. 31. 

■TICKET ANP FREIGHT OFFICE— 1H7 
Wharf atr*-*!. I'liona 4. 

R. V>. RITHET & CO.. Md.. A»et\t,a. 
C. D. DUNAN N. Gen., Pafiapnger A»or.t. 

113 M.arket Bl., San Franclaco 
For furfrhnr Irirorrnatlon obtain folder. 




S.S.-IRO0UOIS" 

'On the Seattle-Port Towiiscnd- Sum^i- 
rla Itoute wUhrlrawti utitU further no- 
tlcc. 



JAKXS. McABTHUB, Agrtnt. 
Phone 23fi4. S24 Wharf Street. 





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On the Waterfront 




WILL BE IN 
SERVICE BY OCT. 1 



: SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE 



By <]iovernmant Wiraleas 



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-rincess Ma'y Will be Back on 
Run at That Time Predicts!^ 
Official of C, P./B. Coas 
Service : 



L-alni; 
sea 

calm; 
sea 



S. wind; 

67; sea 

10 a; m.; 



Throuc'i tickets and through blllB pf 
-iadinp are now l.ssued from Fugat 
Sovind and Brltl.sh Columbia port.s to 
AtUn, B. C, Dav/son. Y. T. and Faiu- 
liank.s, Alaska, Connecitlona maae__al 
.SkaKway with our 'dally trains, at 
White Horsa and CarlbtHi with our 
river and lake steamurs and at Dawson 
v%lll\ steamers for poluts on the Lower 
Yukon river. 

Ftir further Inforrnatl-m apply. 
CKAFFIC DEPABTMENT W. P. & T. S. 
405, Winch Building, Vancouver.- -B-.-©;— 

Union S.S. Company 

Of B. C, Lid. 

Dlrec? Forvlce Betwien Vancouver and 



STEWART 

favorlta passenger si 

Lamosun 



The favorlta passenger steamer 

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Ivcave.*? Vancouver every Wedne;?. '3 p.m. 
Ar. Prince XJ,upert every Frl. afternoon 
Arrives, ^tewart every SRtar. afternoon 
Leaves Stewart ev«r/ Saturday p m. 
Leaves Prlnc<» Itupert every Sun. 9 a.m. 
Arrives Vancouver every Tuesday 9 a.m. 
Tickets from Victoria at 1105 Wharf 
street. Tt-lephone 1164. 



That the steamer Princess May, 
\\hlcli is now boingr prepareci to bo 
puliecl off the Sentinel I-sland reef will 
bf> ready for .service again liy the first 
of October, is the ijredlotion of Cap- 
tal.n Troup, managor of the CVP.B. 
coast service, who arrived here lust 
nijfht from the scene of the wreck. 

Tht^ ' vessel will be floated on the 
extreme tide . o^ to.morrow, tire .17-th, 
and will proceed to Esquinialt under 
her owin steani. She hns' thirty-ono 
plates damaged, (imLl!ei..fr«UIL"?s a'lt^ 
other interior supports wlUhave to be 
repaired and renewed. 



KUMERIC MAKES 

RECORD 



TRIP, 



Weir Liner Steams Up Columbia and 

Wllliamette Rivers in Eight Hours 

and a Half Actual Running 

The Weir liner Kumerlc, Captain 
McGlll. \yhicli arrived at Porlla.-idltrgt- 
Sunday morning, made the fastest 
passage of any vessel her ulzc tip tTfe"' 
Columbia and Willamette rivers, mak 



8 a. m. 

Point Grey.— Cloudy; 
bar., 29.1)5; temp., 56; 
smooth; iio shiijplng. 

Cape Lazo. — Cloudy; 
bar.,' 30.05; tern])., 56; 
yiniioth; no ahipping. 

Tuloosh. — Cloudy; 
liar., I'O.IO; temp.. 
-MniKiih; in, schooner 
ui, Buekmun 6. '15 a. m. 

listevan.— -Cloudy; calm; bar., 
3it.9B; temp., 56;. sea ijmooth; 
no ahipping. 

Pachena. — Clcinlv , foggy; S. 
E. vyind; bar., jm.i^, temp., 56; 
Hea .smooth; no ahipping. 

Ikeda.-— Cloudy^, calm; bar., 
,^0.:!J1; temp.,' 30.24; temp., -lO; 
Hea smo.)th; spoke Sauiu Alaru, 
vvcstbt)und, 10.'.;5 a. m. lat. 
ii)A-X long., 131. 4S. 

Tnangio.—Driz/.llng; foggy; 
N. W. wind; bar., 30.O5; temp;,' 
56; sea ariiooth; no shipping. 

Prince Rupert. — Cloudy; bar., 
24.45; temp., 65; sea smooth; 
no Shipping. 

Noon 

Point Grey. — Cloudy, calm, 
bar., 30.30; temp., 67; sea 
.'-•mooth; out, 4maste(J schooner 
S.50 -p.-ra;~ ' — 

Cape LiEZo. — Cloudy: cnlm*; 
bar., 30.11; temp., 
smooth; no shipping. 

TatooshT:=^^;CI6uayr"^ N. 
wind; bar,, 30.11; temp., 
sea_ smooth: no shipping. 

Tatoosh. — Cloudy;; N. 

Jiaru*— 30.06; temp,. 67; 



RAISE SEAMEN'S WAGES 

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Unitad Kingdom Ports Grant Increase 
Rate to a Special Deputation 

Latest _^jt4y4ees- -fro ™~-'-ti^~Brl 
ohaiinel porta state that, tjiere lia« 
been trouble at Newi)ort, Cardiir ami 
Harry over the matter of .seamen's 
wages and that the trouble has also af- 
fected Loiiilon, tsoulhamplori and Gla.s- 
gow. T7ic .Si.'unien ^.nd Firemen's 
Cnlmi has for \eai?s been agitating for 
higher wages and, better conditions, 
and as this, organjzatton'fias ii d'rect 
representative liv the Houso nf Com- 
mons In the persoij of llavelock "Wil- 
son, .M.P., the agllatlon reached an fvd- 
vaneed .'5tagi-, and' oil July 2S a lieputu- 
tiou interviewed the President .of the 
Hoard of Trade. 'I'hi.s deputation was 
accoitipanied by 150 ini'ml)cr,s of thi> 
House of Couimoiw whom Mr. Wilsoir 
had iiiierestcd In tin- seamen's fight. 

Shipowner.s have for the most iiart 
paid the lncrea.se demanded. At Barry 
the crew of the steamer Emma re- 
C(dved £4 lOss..^ month for the voyage. 
The crew's wages of £4 15s. wa^ paid 
an the last vo\age. At, London sevieti 
steiamors' wcrol_delayed''*^^^^^^ "in- 

crease was giveh. At Newport tlw- 
steamers , Monqmony and Inchfnoor 
\Yore forced 'To advance " the ' crew's 
I wage.s from £4 to £ i lOs. In -addi- 
tion the men refused to submit to the 
compulsory medical examlnatloir d«- 
^ manded by the Shipping Federation— 
the shipowners' union — and were pri- 
vately examined . ■ -r- % —^ 



.sea 

W. 

56; 

W. 
sea 



ing the run from Astoria in eight ami 
a half flours' -actual running time. The, 
liners Suverle and Kumerlc enjoy the. ) :^ 
distinction of being the largest vessel^,, 
that have ever made Portland, and the 
excellent condition of the waterway 
is attributed to the vessel's late Jre- 
cord run. . , 

The Kumerlc is to take on a. large' '•*> 
cargo of iumher &f the Portland Lum- 
ber company's mills, and will then re- 
turn to Seattle. Her First Officer. E. 
T. Cummings. will leave for London 
to accept a similar berth oh the steam- 
ship Otprlc of the same ll.ne, which 
was launched from the yards of Rua- 
se| & Co., Glasgow, a fortnight a^"- 
The Oteric Is l.QOO tons larger than 
the Kumertc aijid will be operated on 
the same riin. 



♦.. J5n:vQathj_ out, .barge H. Brown^.* 
^fc. towi ng, 10.30 a. ir..; out ,a ve8- ■♦ 
■♦- «el towing.' 11. 65:-a.-m.' - r — -^ - ♦ 

-•- Pachena.-i-Cloudy; N. W , — =*«. 

■♦ wind; bar.. 39.95; temp., 6«; 



OHIO 



WRECK OF 

LITTLE VALUE 



Cost 



of Floating Her Will Be 
Great — Salvers tp Resums 
OperatiotiTs^bdn' '^ 



Too 



While salvage opierations on .the 
wr ecke d steamer Ohio have been about 



^ *^mplelea, ■> the ' Vancouver Dredging 



S.S."Gflll8ie Widow" 

Leaves the G. T; P. wha:iff on 



Monday and Thursday 



at 7.30 a, .-n. 



"on tfxcufii i ari M G i iir ^ataTvay 

arriving back at 'Victoria at 
8.30 p. m. 



Round Trip $1,50 ^"^-Il'P 

Tuesday and Friday 7.30 a. m. 
for Mayne and other' islands. 
Leaving Mayne fqr Victoria 
Wednesday and Saturday at 7 
a. m. See official time card. 



Frelgrht accepted." 



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PRINCESS ROYAL 

OMITS LOCAL CALL 



HOTEL 

STEWART 

SAN FRANCISCO 

Geary Street, above Union Square 
Just opposite Hotel St. Francis 
European Plan $1.50 a day up ' 
American Plan S3i00 a day up 
A new steel and brick structure'. 
Furnished at a cost of 3200,000. 
Every comfort and convenience. 
A iiigh class hotel at very moder- 
ate rates. In the center of the the- 
atre and retail district. On car 
lines transferring to all parts of 
city. Omnibus meets all trains and 
steamers. Elaborate booklet with 
splendid map'of vSan Francisco free 
on request. 

HOTEL STEWART 



Canadian Pa'cifib Lin'er Ts Unable to 
Connect With This City— Will 
1 Leave Vancouver Tonight 

The steamer ©rjucess Royal, which 
will m aintain a ten -day schedule be - 
tweeh this city and Skagv^ay, and 
which was scheduled to sail from here 
)aA;t n ight did not touch this city at 
lili ovvl'hg to the delay of having to 
make a- spt^clal trip to the scene of 
the wreck of the Ft^inces e Ma y. Her' 
passengers booked at this port were 
sent to 'Vancouvier' by the Charmen. 
last night. The Royal leaves Van- 
couver tonight. . 

Among the round- trippers were Miss 
Tolmle, Mr. and Mrs. Jansen and Mr. 
J. L. i?arker. Other passengers were: 
Mr. Angus Mclnnis, who Will teach 
school at Telegraph Creek, Col. Perry 
and Miss Perry. Mrs. L. Martin, Sister 
Wilhelmeha, W. J. Winterburne. Mr. 
and Mrs. Stracheii, Mr. £. J. Conway, 
\V. W. J. Jones. W. Clark. Capt. Pet- 
ers. Sister M. Stoutstu. Sister VV, 
Thomas and Sister Magdalen. Col, 
Perry -48 — eonHnandant— of—^he- ftoyal 
Northwest Mounted Police, an?' Ts 
making this trip into *the Interior of 
the Yukon to inspect the body in 
that 'district. ' 

— '■ n » — - . t ■ . 

St. Dei;iis Saileci . 

The steamer St. Denis re tumid -from- 
being docked yesterday and, sailed for 
Pella Coola and way ports last night. 



«ea smooth; no shipping. 
■ E8tevan,.—_ Cloudy; (»ilin; ■■*■ 
Bar.; ■"ao.KT; "temp., ■ 87; ' ««« •♦ 
amooth; nQ.ahlppin^. ■ •♦ 

Ilteda.--Cloudy; calm; bar.. ■*■ 
SO.27; ;temp.. 67; sea Smooth; . ■*■ 
.no shipping. , • ♦ 

Prince Rupert.— Cloudy; har;, . •*■ 
29.40; tenjp;, 67; sea smooth; ■•- 
no shipping. :_„C-; * 

Triangle.— Cloudy; N. Wi ♦ 

wind: bar., 39.96; temJJiv , 6«; i^ 

sea smooth; no shipping; •*• 

6 p. m. ■ :♦ 

Point Grey.— Cloudy; calm; ♦ 
bar., 30.05; temp., 56; . sea •♦• 
smooth; in. Prince Rupert, 3.30. -♦- 
p. m. ♦ 

Cape l<a£o. — Cloudy; calm: ♦ 
bar., 30.15; temp., 56; eea ♦ 
smooth;, no shipping. ♦ 

Tatoosh. — Cloudy; westerly -♦■ 
wind. 24 miles; bar.. 30^2; •♦• 
temp., 67; sea smooth; out. ■♦■ 
barge Washoutal, towlog, 2.06, •♦ 
p. m.; In. Governor, 5 p. m.; in. ♦. 
4-masted schooner. 4.15 p. m'. ♦ 
towing. ♦ 

Estcvan. — Cloudy;' 'S. wind; 
bar.. 39.95; temp., ."ie; sea 
smooth; no Shipping. 

Triangle. — Overcast; N. W. 
wind; bar., .1»,95; temp., '56; 
sea smooth; Leebro here toj|., 
tlreTHsrhtT " 

Ikeda.— Overcast; N.W. wind; 
baT., "30:267 temp,, 67; sea 
sea smooth; no shipping- 
Prince Rupert.— Clear; N.W. 
wind; bar.. 30,05; temp., 56; 
sea smooth; In, Kestral, 3.20 
p. m.; In, Capllano, 3.46 p. m.; ' 
spoke Prince George 3 p. m., 
will arrive Prince Rui>ert 5.15 
p. m. ^ 



« ♦ ♦ » • « 



♦■♦•■♦■ -A.^^,'*. «, 



hie 



tus ca-n hie made ready, the plant will 
be removfsd and worked -In connection 
with the big fl<'ating.,dock. 

. [■.- -« 

[Georgia Chartered. 
The steamer Georgia formerly of 
the C anadian Mej^lcari' line has been 
Chartered by Andrew "Welr & Co., at 



CAREFULLY 
FULFILLING 
QUICKLY 
DESPATCHING 

—AND—- 

FURNISHING 
THE QUALITIES 

f-fnrr-irirr-! r, ii-''';:i-' <■> ! ., 

p;icit V \> I'l ' ' ' -' w < : .111 ; '! 

prrl \ .i' ' ' • ' ■ ' ' '■ .!' ' 

;i'' 1 '. .n; ■ .(■ ' I'-- ;iiiil Knii' !■ ; - 

ll \Vi.' ll.i . ' 'I ' (I'Mlf l.»USl 

uetf w i 1 1 1 ^ ■ ' ! I ' ■ c t . w h y -no' 

crive 11 - .1 I t 1.1 i ' ■: 1' i 11' '\N' .■' 



Raymond & Sons 

613 Pandora Street 
Phone 272 Res., :ji7('-> 



John L. Carr Sails 

With a cargo of powder and other 

freight, the freighter John L. Ca^r left 

last night for Prince Rupert and 

i>tewart. ^ I . , 

Antilochus Eh Route. 
The Blue Funnel liner Antilochus. 
en route to this port from Llverpo^. 
Is due to reach Kobe Wednesday. She 
is due to arrive here September 2.-_^ 



Oanfa Reaches Kobe. 

The liner Oanfa of the^BTue r«nnel 
line reached Hongkong yestertlay from 
this port. She is en route ti> Iilv«r« 

pool and Manila. 



Manhattan Southbound 
The coal collier Manhattan, ope of 
thP largest io operation off this coast, 
called at the outer Wharf yesterday, 
bound for San Prancisco with 11,000 
tons of cpaT." "" ,", ^' ',■" 



Seeking Crew,. . 
The ship Glory of the Sfeai, bound 

wltli ei.-i! !"..r Cnaiaska frbni Lady- 
snilili i.s l.\ing in the Royal Roads. 
Captain AJcr>onncll. of the Ship, is 
shipping a crew and should clear in a 
few days. 



2 shillings and nine pence on^-Taead 
weight delivery at Newcastle, Aus- 
tralia and -r«-d«llvery at- a Chilean 
port with 30 daya coal and hire. She 
is to sail from San Francisco It Is 
thought. 

■ — ■ *- , 

Make Recprd Trip* 
Record breaking has .come to _be tjie 
fashion among the 'faien of the New 
England Fish Company, of Vancouver. 
Last week all the steamers arrived J n 
ifour days and landed over 4B0 tons of 
fish. Yesterday the Manhattan and 
Kingfisher arrived after d trip of only 
four days to the minute, and landed 
150,000 lbs. each. The vessels ftnly 
fished a little over a day and their 
iefcrly return was a surprise. 



and Salvage Company, which has re- 
covered a portion of the cargo which 
sunk in the ill-fated Alaska liner, will 
resume operations soon. I'he Ohio 
etruck an unchartered reef In Helkish 
Narrows last August while bound 
north to Southwestern Alaska ports, 
and she was headed for Carter Bay and 
there beached, four lives being lost in 
the .wreck. "The , salvage company, 
with- Its dredge Skookum.has already 
recSvered. between 600 and 700 tons 
deadweight of cargo. Much, of the 
cargo was peri«hable and there is now 
little of value left below the siirface, 
though the salvors still have eight or 
ten da>'sl_vtork more to do. and it is 
expeeted to salvage more lunk from the 
engine room. 

. .The wreck lies on a -bank, the stern 
In about 93 feet of water and tlie bow 
In 32 feet at dead low water. She Is 
lying in such a position, that while it 
would be possible to raise the vessel, 
the expense would b e s o great that 
from- a commercial point of view It 
■♦ i %-Ould be unprofitable to do so. If the 
♦.j vessel were floated she would be con- 

♦ I demned as a passenger «hlp. and she 

♦ I would not be of value as a huJlc 

♦ 1 The 'V'ancouver salvage party was 
=♦■ ' unable to do anything with the wreck 

♦ during the winter' oivimf to heavy 

♦ j weather, tho f>h1rr-tytng In an exposed 
.^ipoHltlon. Salvage operations were- car- 
^►.inted on .for t?*-© months .In the late 
.^ri©rt«ii-r being dl6c«mtlnued a month 

■ ago- ; ■ ' 

In working on this wreck a remark- 
able condition was found. The vessel 
lies at the mouth of a small river, the 
discharge being less than 500 feet from 
the sunken vessel. At low tide the 
water on tlte surface of the bay along- 
side the wreck Is so fresh It can be 
used for. ralsln'g steam. ,Not«flth8tan;d- 
Ing this, ten feet uji'dbr watijr the tere- 
doe« are unusually active, and, cxper-- 
lenced tnartne men stnite that never be- 
fore have they seen such destructive 
marine life as there Is in that locality. 
The decks and ever.vthing not painted 
on the wreck have heen attacked and 
praotlcally eaten up. Scows drawing 
but 4 Or 5 feet showed that even - lili 
brackish .waterthey were not protected 
ifriom the vforma. In walking on the 
decks of the Ohio the weight of the 
divers carried thetn through the worm- 
eaten wood. On the after portion of 
tJl®. orlo p deck. In a space 2225 fee.t, 



Barkentine FacoaJdeavy VVeather 

The steamer Watson, bound for San 
:Et'aDar»cfi_SlInaai', spoke tTve""Barken- 
tlne Archer thirty-one . days from 
"Frisco to. Roche I.Iarbor,- 'nrr~n!ntTnn'rf 
islets, reporting having encountered a 
strcng head wind for twenty days, and 
required a tug Immediately. The 
^barkeAtlnc was high, out of wate r at 
the time and steering;, badly^T - 

#-— 1 

8t; Nicholas Arrives 

The British sjoamer St. Nicholas 
arrived at Vancouver Sunday from 
Antwerp, via San Francisco. The St. 
Nicholas is making her first call In 
this part of the world. Among the 
cargo brought to this coast by the 
vessel, were ).000 bundles of steel. 
10.0(J^ cases of liquor and several 
hyndr^d tons of coke. 



Purchase Marine Railway - 
The llelT'Tnan Dry lioek ("ompany, 
of Seattle, has "purchased the marine 
railway from J. E. Chllberg and oth^ira 



Western Wheat Route 
The questlfin of a Hrltlsh Colombia 
route for western whcfit Will be dis- 
cussed at a oonventiolii called 'fbr-..iWed- 
needay and Thursday of -this week at 
the Vancouver exhlbitloiK palls have 
been sent out to the united farmers of 
Alberta, the frultgro wcr . t. th e lumber- 
men, the Boards of Trade, agricultural 
as.ioclatlons, wheat shippers and other 
bodies, and ' a -succe.Hsful ' session la 
looked for. The hiatter of high freight 
rates between the provln9e8 of BMtlsh 
Columbia and Alberta In scheduled for 
dl»fu«isK)n, this being regarded as det- 
rimental t^ the fre« interi'hange of 
commodities. Other subjects of munlr 
cipal int^es)t will aliS oamB rxp'tot 
debate.. 



werF^owed t^n tons o?~^g1[; b^"T?*'^**^^*2^ 



During th^ absence, oj_the diver. Ipr 
lunch at noftri one day this^ deck col- 
lapsed, owlAg to the ' activity of the 
water Insects. Had the- diver been at 
work when this happened he would 
probably have been killed. The divers 
entered only one or two rooms, an^. 
orrerything was found in a state of ad- 
vanced decay. The body of the soldier 
who lost. his life In the wreck was not 
located. 



GRAND SPECTACLE 

AT PRINCE RUPERT 



Greatest Reception Ever Held 
Northern B.C. Will Take Place 
Upon Arrival of the Premier 



in 



The Delicious Flavor of 

Apollinaris Water 

■-' COMniNED WITH ITS T-EESISTENT EFFERVESCENCE 

And Valuable Digestive Qualities 
Accounts for its 

Ever Increasing Popularity 



"When the Grand Tnmk liner Prince 
George reaches Prince R,upert next 
Saturday with Sir W^Irld X-aiirlerand 
party, they will be met by a spec- 
tacle that has never before beeh wit- 
nessed in the northern waters' of Bri- 
tish Columbia^— for every availnhlo, 
ivesijel of merchant marine and pleasr 
ure craft and 150 fishing bpats will 
forni a ffotrble-TOlumn outside the liar- 
bor, headed, by the G. T. P. boat 
Brunp. " .' 

The Prince George will leave/ heri 
with Its distinguished party / neH 
Thursday night at midnight, ai/ rlvlrtg 
here from Seattle: about 6 p. m.TlTioHe 
who Juufa^xl^oady booked for the trip 
are as follqWs: Mr. and Mrs. W. H. 
Langley, Mr." and, Mcs. U^ L. , J)rury 
and two cWiWrenr Mr. and' Mrs. Joshua 
Kingham, 'Ralph Smith, M. P., and 
Mrs. Smith; Mr. arid. .^Mra.. John. Hart.. 
Hon. William arul Mr.s. Te mplf^man.- 
vicholas, Alex, Smith,"" Ottawa; 

JEriiiest 



V 



n ■■ 

.Ml 

and 



iiil Mrs. Klllingto n. Dr. 
Mrs. 



Hali; Ri D\ Hendry and Mrs, 
Hendr.v, New AVeetminster; Geo. Mo- 
Donnld and wife, Mr- and' Mrs. R. Kel- 
iv, .MuKh,K,OTlnedy. -Ht A. Miinnr'*r"jr 
.McNeil, >Irs. and Miss Sharpej;. K. B. 
■I'YaSRTraTia. HT'TCPhhT^y; , 



Eric Passes Out 
The AmerlA'in srhooner Eftt?, Capt. 
Ornmvolri. pased.out to !»ea la.st night 
in tow of the tug.-Lorne, hound foJF-4.ht> 
j I'Mjis with 732,02'/! feet P>;..l-.t ■» ir.,..t. 
j Ings mill. The Eric ai 
! rnuver on .Tuly 21. 



f^w days for nojrthern lighUiOUsea with, 
a cargo of oil. She will go as far 
north as, Cape .Mudge. The vessel 
shifted to Ksqulmalt this morning. 



Lies at North Vanoouvar 
Cntll the negotiations by the Can- 
adian-Mexican Pacific Stearhship 
Company have been completed, the 
steamer .Lonsdale, formerly owned by 
the 'Sun Bteuinshlp Company, wilt re- 
main at anchor at North Vaucouver. 

Prince Rupert Out 

The O-.T.P. liner Prince Rupert 
sailed for Stewart and Prince ^'luperl 
yest_erday* with fv kuKv;,; cargn a.nd the, 
following pa^ssengers: L. Marks, H. S. 
11. Dickie, M. T. Adams, Mrs. J. C. Bovd, 
Mrs. (Capt.) . Noel, P. Harris,. Mr. 
bulsnell and.A. H. Cole. 



Ningchow Loading. 

'I'lie steamer Ningchow I'lf the Blfle 
l''uaael line, whleii is now taking a 
large cargo of the 13rltlsh Golumbla 
salmon into her hohls for the Cnited 
Ivlngdoni :ii \',-uicouver, should coin- 
Plc't.' i::.i-i- 11. 'xt Saturday and will 
load !Im- \ ui'irla cargo In about a 
W' <-k innce. , _,_ .^.,™„.,.,«- 



Tees Sailed 

'l'i'i--< sallf.'d 



SEALED LEAD PACKETS ONLY 

The native purity and gardeh freshness of 



mm 

TEA 



16A 



is preserved by the use of sealed lead packets, 

Black, Miaed and I^atural Green, 400, 50c, 60s and 70o per lb. — — 



frntn the [ 
night forj 
with thci 



'I'll'- f-t'-anuM 
Belleville street wharf last 
Clayoquot and way ports 
following passengers: Johri Kubcc, J. 
M. Harrison, J. 1..,. Conway, R. G. Gal- 
loop, Mr. and Mrs. Dollcy, MlssDol- 
ley, ri. Stoker, A. R. Stevens, J. N. 
Battaln. - --rr 



Wireless For Rainbow — 



"Word has beew received from. Lon- 
don conveying the Intelligence that 
the cruiser Rainbow, which will be 
stationed at Esquimau Is to be equip- j 
ped with >vlr¥less' before Batling,.iar4 
this coast. She should arrive here ! 
early In November. 



CANADIAN 

tmc 



TKAIITB FROM VANCOtTVEB. 

!* 0(1 ,1, m. ..!':>: pro.'s.s f(jr \\'lrniii)eK 

and Montreal, 
fi p. 111. . . . . .Kxpres.s for St. TaUl/ 

7:30 p. m. . . l';.xrin-.ss for Winnipeg" 

anil .Miint real. *^'- 

STEAM8KIFS FKOM VICTORIA 

TO .VABTCOUVEB. 
.^.■16p ni. Dally, except Wednesday 

.11:45 p. m Dally 

TO SEATTLE. 

5- p, m,. — .Daii^- 

..'■'", tIPO NAN-AIMO. >.. .~T£ 

-JB. nth .'..• !■:%, rv Tii^BilltV^ 



TO T7HZOXr AWn OOMOX 

6:00 a. n]u_.'. .^TT. .Kvery Tuesdajr 
TO AX. ASK A. 

ir-TJr-rrP.-.'. AuK.u.'^t IS '.Tnd 25 



TO PBXNCE BTTPEBT. 

11 p. m Augu.si I.''; and ;."> 

11 p. ni.... Every Thursday from 
\'ancouver. 

TO POBT ESSIXQTOir, SXEEITA 

BIVEB AND QVEEN CHAB- 

I.OTTE ISLANDS. 

11 p. m Aiiir. 22. Sept. 6-19 

TO STE'WABTr" ■ ' 

11 p. "1... i'.'.iry Thursday from 

\'ain\Mii- , , 

LoaoiNa CAicPs and biyebs 

INLET. 

11' MliliiiKli! •,-. l-;very Monday 

TO CHINA AND JAPAN, 

ICriipress of India .August 17 

Emp ress of .lapan Sept. 7 



LXCURSION TO 
VANCOUVER 




TO AUSTRALIA AND NE^W 
ZEALAND. 

Zealandia (new- ) ^iSSpt. !> 

Marama ' October 7 

For the Vancoltvier exhvbltion ticket.s 
will be sold $2.70 return,- gopd going 
f*f+m August 15th to- August I Sth-; — re— 
11 ninR- nltl August 21st. 



UNTIL rURTHEH, NOTICE THERE WILL BE NO BOAT TO VAN- 
COUVER AT 2:15 p. m., -WEDNESDAYS, 
Kor further particulars apply "to L. D. CHETHAIrl, 

lliti; Government. .Street. City Passenficr A^ent. 



CaiV!!VlEf\lCES ITS LABORS 

■*« — 

(Continued from Page 11.) 



and Foreign Bible Society. During hla 
reu.ldenco In tlie Mysore country he ! 
was for many years a municipal coun- I 
clllor and was the first white man ever 
elected by the free votes of the people 
aa a member of the Myo<ire representa- 
tive assembly — the nearest approach to 
a parliamentary In.stltutlon to be found 
In India. 

The British Conference4n 1896 elect- 
ed him a member of the Legal Hun- 
dred-r-the highest honor which the 
church can bestow upon her minister)?, 
short of placing them In the chair oC 
the conference.., and In this case It was 
all the. higher, In that Mr. Halgh was 
still aerylhg abirba<;^ and was therefore 
iinable to be present In pe-rson at the 
conference. ' 

After twenty-seven years of crowded 
work In the East he returned to Eng-. 
land in 1903 and for the past seven 
years has resided at Newcastle- oiv- 
Tyne, of which district he Is the synoa 
chairman. Aa a preacher Irt .the Old 
Land he has gained farrte. On one oc- 
casion at the annual meeting of the 
Bible Society,' In Exeter Hall, he held 
an Immenso audience of over nine 
thousand souls spellhound, and_no onie 
who was there will ever forget the 
overwhelming response to his appeals 

Yesterday afternoon the membensof 
the W.M.S. held thefr meeting at the 
residence of Mra—W. J. Pendray, 309 
Belleville street. There was a large 
attendance and many -visiting ladles 
from other parts of the Dominion were 
present and d^hvered Interesting ad- 
dresses^-. At the conclusion of the 
addresses refreshments were served 
on jJiC: spacious lawns of Mrs. Pen- 
dray's home. .- ~ 

-^ Sunday Services. 

Crowded to the door was the Met- 



JS.S. VADSO- 

WII.L SAIL FOR 

Skeena, Prince Rupert and Stewart 



ON 



THURSDAY, AUGUST 18th 



JOHN BARNSLEY, Agent. 

634 'Vates Street 



Phone. 1925 



vices on Sunday. In ' the morning 
the- special conf ere nce ^ rgve ~f eas t" was 
held at 9 o'clock, which was" led by 



the Rev. Principal Sparling, D.D., of 
Wesley College, Winnipeg. 

The morning service commenced at 
11 o'clock. Standing room was at a 
premium when the speaker, the Rev. 
Henry Haigh, D.D., the IJrltish frater- 
nal, delegate to this co.nference took 
the pulpit. His delivery Is deliberate 
and.clear, and his sermon was a mas- 
terpiece of eloc|uence- It made -a 
profound impression ' on his hearers, 
and was an example of the beat British 
pulpit oratory. 

-Dr." Haigh ,to6k .for his subject John 
the Baptist, giving a series of pictures 
of hla life. He urged that the Christ- 
ian religion should find a greater place 
In our everyday life and that It ring 
foryi on every possible occasion. As 
the representatives of one of the .lead- 
ing churches of iCehada. the coun try 
which Is now before the eyeja of the 
whole .World. He addressed himself 
to the delegates of the cojiferfence, a.nd 
eloquently pleaded that they sjiould 
insist upon the principles of the re-' 
llglon.of Jesus Christ being put more 
lft.to~.4Jally practice In every walk of 
fife.' ■.,rf'" ' ; /w_, ,- \, 

/ The Rev. C. W. Speer, ^. D.. o f To- 
fronlo, .a, former pastoi uf TIJb MTttrf- 
'polltan Clujrch. and the Rev. W. Ef. 
DT)., 



Newington Going North 
The Canadian lightliou 
Newingfin wjii I'-rf.-r- iiurlng i,. 



Hincks, DT)., of Toronto, 'addressed 
the gatherl:1g of the Sunday -School 
children and their friertda In the'maln 
body af the edifice. On this ocaslon 
the shurch was a^,ain~packc.d. 

Shortly after six o'cloqk the church 
figaln, coranlenced to fni.-> The service 
proper did not commence pntll. half 
past seven o'clock and there was not 
it Aeu t-.Va.e ; apt , .i nut ile, whole, hi'ijl. 
aiid hundr eds who ca me, at_^the lismti 
houf*of tlie scrvice'lvl'Te^urruFiOway.' 
Fire Chief Davis "was on hand -and 
kept the aisles and lobbies clear. The 
preacher for the evening was thie Rev. 
Solomon CleAver, of Toronto, who, •#as 
fownerty. the»-pa«tor-.' of the Metro- 
politan Church of this city. He took 
for the subject, of his text Ezeklel's 
vision of the waters.^!' ' ' ■ Me'd^tlio 
Christian Chitruh-^-to ;. li, and 

drew tt aeries of pictures of the 
source, the Influence and the direc- 
tion, and the flnrtl ■'' destiny of U< 
flow. Each of these font; points 
— V which the speaker took, he fik- 
I to some phase of the I'hurch's 
\% . I k. am*! .showed how- Christianity 
had developed tind was blessing .the 

'■ " .,,..1 ,,!,.f] hy dwelling on 

increasing power 
J -M- ; ,M. .k. -i: Christianity. 



GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC 

FOR PRINCE RUPETRT. STEWART. QtTEEN CHARLOTTE ISLANDS," 

Via Vnneotiver 

S.S. PRINCE RUPERT - 3,500 Tons - S.S. PRINCE GEORGE 

DOUBLE -WEEKLY SAILINGS • 

EVEBT aSONDAY, 10. a., m. | EVERY FRIDAY, 10 », m, " 



POR SEATTLE AT MIDNIOHT '"^^ — ' 

EVEBT SATtlBDAY | EVERY ■WEDNESDAY 

SETURNINO — Leave Seattle on Sniidays and Thursdays at Midnight. 
Hote — SV S. PrlncQ Geerg^ will leave Seattle for Victoria. Thursday. 
* August 18th, at 2 p. m. instead OJLloldnlght. Leave Vlctorja (for Prince 
Rupert only) August^l^Hr, atbout midnight instead of Augus-t l»th at tO^- 



a. m. 



INTERNATIONAL DOUBLE-TRACK ROUtE 

Uearlies Ail i^oints in . 

Michigan, Ontario, Quebec, Maritime Provinces/ 
Ne-w England, New York and South and East 

via Any Route. 

P'inest roadbed, modern and luxurious trains. For Informfttloh as tp 
fares, etc.,' also for folders and partlcAilars re Grand Trunk Pacific points, 
apply at ten•H)ora^y office, O. T. P. doick. Wharf Street, rear of Post 

Office. Write or telVplwne^ ^- .. 

Vf. E. DUPEROW, Telephone 2431. HAROLD -BROWN; 

C. P. & T. A. Dock and Freight Agent O. T. P. S. a 




GeneraLAgenoy Trans- Atlantic Steamship Lines/ 



y House willi an 

TWO MILES FROM DUNCANS 

Sevcn-roomcd Hou§c, vvith- water laid on, batb. etc. Good 
h.unting and fi-sbing; near. Ha,s a-nicely laid oiit orcharfl^ of 
apples, pears, plums and small friiits, together with very liberal 
building.s and a greenhouse, all in excellent repair. With an 
income of .$500 pef year, without, working for it. Full par- 
ticulaf^ on application. Price ^11,000, cash $7,000, balance 
one year at 7' _'■ per cent. Very cheap. ' • 



C. M. LANE 



P, O.iJOXioi, 



.» t « •• ♦ • * ♦«♦*♦♦-♦' 



.S.O MENDS, V- 



-♦♦*♦♦-, 



-■•-♦♦♦•♦--♦-♦♦♦♦♦--♦-♦-♦-♦- 



Bimir< 



TJotice to Contractors and f^niilders 





and Grave! Co. 



PITS AT ROYAL BAY, ESQUIMALT 



• V 



Aye. prepared t<-\_t'urni>h \\ 

.- ■ ,: .■ .■ ■ , ''1 1 .'S ' And -(tv/m ' 1 .,\ 



leened. and Graded Sand 
1 description 



Lowest Prices Qii 



P. O. Box 762 



Victoria 



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i » i jj.^jj^ w .' iiwif i ^w j. |i'» j iwi'|i w ' HW 'iff> BT « M'.- II 



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Tuttday, August 16, 1910 



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VICl^RIA DAILY COLONIST 



ContestMUtd WUakajr at lift Tnrqa* 

QT' JBEC. Que., Aug. 15. — The allpged 
rlo' leadem In the i»«t'ent •l»nion«irMtk)ii 
a' Anal preventive offlcor.s rit l.n TViniuo 
■ .*rc, arrested v««t«r(1ay. '["Iinsc In <:ii.«- 
/3dy are MeHsrs. Ijeniarchi'. .SoKUin, Gra-. 
Vel aita Leclere, all wcll-knuwn nmn. 
Lemarche'»-fa»ll whh fixfd ki $:>,(hio Tin: 



trouble artjse out of the neUuro of con- 
trahiincl -whlMkey. 



AUaraA Buasian Thiaf 

BOSTON, . Aug. 15.— The roHbery of 
100,00,1) roubles (about l.'iO.OOo) In pov- 
eriVinent notes from tho .Mub-troasury lU 
TlflU, Kijsslan Trunsj-C'.aui-u.Mlii.' In 11(07. 



is churged ujcalnst Andrew Uitllowti, who 
was tiiken bt'fore IJnltod St(iie.s Coin- 
inlsBloner t"arlln«tou to.1:iy and hold, for 
u htarhiK- Uullowa has hoeii living foi- 
soinc time lu Squluintum, and lA :i iiuislr 
teaclier,- 



EKBt«m Ballway Deal 

■-riTTAWV. Aiii;. \h. — The trust dcod.s 



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Just deposited at the ■tat«i rtepartmeut 
are l)ntween (lie Quobtjc; Orlt-ntal UallwMy 
and tht; Koyal TniHt comi'aiiy, In oonnev- 
t4on with tUe sale o^ the Bale des Clia- 
leurK Mectlon of tire- A llanthvaiul Super- 
ior railway to the Queboo'Orllt'nlal Uall- 
way. TTiny iieoiire five p«r ifent. scoonil 
mortgaRo bunds for $974,000 a.s part of 
(lif |.ur<'ha.s(> .".Ttreof tho railway. 



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BevaR^ Gore & Elioty Ltd. 



STOCK AND BOND BROKERS 



The 




ordy Mine 




(NON-PERSONAL LIABILITY) 



Capital $750,000 



Par Value 25c 



A Limited Number ol these Shares arc Now Oliered to the 

Public at T^n Cents dOcT^ 

Nearly hall ol this allotment has already been sold 



Q^JrXoewen (Loewen.& Harvey), Vancouver. 
Barclay Borithrone (BontKrone, Leijnard & Co.), Van- 
couver. ' . .' 

James Ma'Tison, Financial Agent, Vancpuven 



DIRECTORS ,. ~' : 

R. G. Edwafds^ec^cic, B. Sc„M, A. I. M. E., Vancouver. 
H. B. -Williams, A. R. S., M. A. L'M, M.., Stewart,'B.C. 



■^ We are i-ssuing a pamphlet containin.e: the reports of ^Tr. W. W. Rush, and Mr. H. B. Williams,, who was for more than eight 
years assoti^ted with John Tav-lor & Son, of London, England^ and' a confirmation of "Mr. Rush's report by Mr. R. G. F.. 
Leckic. . . 



The Conipajiy'§..property consists of the "Evening Sun,'V''Ckjlumbia,*' "Lallapoloser," "Sentthel" and "Jtipiter Fractional 
Clairhs," situated on the middle fork of Glacier Creek, Portland Canal. 

Call or write at once for reports and map?, of the property. ' 

SHARES ITEM "CENTS/ 






Bcv 




Gore 




irSW TOBX ■tOOKI. 



W. Btovenson & 
Co 



(l''urnlyhi;d by 1' 

Stock — 
Wniuljj-ttmated Copper 

Anierlcan Car Fdy 

Ainerk'an Ice ........... 

American ''l.-oi'oiiioti VI' . . 
Aiiiei-loan Smutting .... 

Anaconda IJIInlng Co. . . 

Ali'lilson 

Tialtinioie and Ohio .... 
lir.Jiiklyn Ilapld Transit 
I'anadian " faclflr. 
CiilcuKo. illlwavilM • ,iim1 
Olic;Hapoalui./iind Ohio .......... 

Coll); I<'\U'l and I n.in 

ICric, conininii ...;.. 

IJlinoi.K c •.'111 I :i 1 

Inlio .\|.-i 

lnl--i M' I i.r.r.'i I . .1 

I.oii..^ '. i 111- aii'l ,\ • li . Ill,- ..... . . 

ii i .s I ) 11 M r ; 1 r i I" 1 , ■ . 

-N'a tlonn I I ..-ii.l 

ConBollUaiiii, via.'i 

G't.' N6nher-h Ore pfil. . . ■ ■ 

Mini'A SI l>. and:Saiilt .St. Mail. 



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"ilk I 'on t rat 



\. om. and 'West . 
■ 'I ihfi-n Pacific . '. . . 
i 'i nnsy I vn nia Itail \va \' 
I'copleH I : v 
UeadliiK, cuiiiuiua . . ... 
Uock l.sland, common 
Southern PacffTF~T.,. . 
.Southern Hallway ..: 
1 'ntan J'aclfic .... 
("nili'd Stat.-H .Steel;Co. 

r. s. stc.-r pr.i ,. , ..... 

Wabash i ' • :' ; rejl. .",^i^ 
Utah '..'.{. 



Co,) 
Bid. 

«u>/!i 

48 

liOWi 
"S 

66-\ 
.•10'/.! 
!t!l'4 
ro7''i. 
7 '* 

12 i\ 
7 4 ',4 

■:;.\ 

■ 17 

■l!!'s 

1 -t ■-' ' ■.. 

r. 'J ' < 

; . I ■ r 
i:ti 

1 :) :< ' „ 

II.; '., 

11 

11.;^^ 

105 'A 

:;iii.i 

-115 U 
-23% 

vr-v -If' ::.'.""'Ji'.V' f % 

ro% 
lit; 

:),') 

4 7 



CHICAQO- asAxir. 



(lI*urnJshed by 
' Wheat — 
.Scptembtjr ... 
DocrmUeiS , . . . 

May 

Corn— 
Sentember . . . 
December ' . . . . 
.May 



F. W, Stevenson 



JTEW YOSX COTTOW. 



& Co.) 
Close. 
102 

105% 
110'/* 

63% 
60% 
63 %■ 



(Furnished by ip'. '^. Sw 



n & Co.) 
>. ~ Close. 

.Fanuary '.■••. • 13.47 

■May . : ..,.,., 18,?? 



August ■ '. . . 1.5.55 



.Septeiirber . 
October ... 
.N'ovember . 
]5ecen»ber _^,. 



_14.15 
13. ,5.1 
13.43 
13.41 



VZCTOSX& STOCK EZOH&XTOB. 



.by !•' 



W. Stevenson 
Bid. 



(rurnlnhed 

Stock- 
Alberto Canadian, on. . . .09 
American Canadian *bll. ^ .14 
Canadian Nortltweat Oil 
Alberta' Coal and Coke.. .02^4 
Diamond VaJe C. and C .01 
International Gnfnd C. . .63 
Nicola Valley C and C , . . 

Uoyal C6niei-te8 :il % 

Western Coal a;na Coke. .1.50 

B. C. Pernj. Loivri 128.00 

Dominion Trust Co. .... 98.00 
lit. West permanent ...120.00 
Pacific Whallhg; .com. ..55.00 
I'aeirtc Whaling pfd. ... 81.00 

.Stewart l>and 21.00 

SV A. Scrip .< .625.00 

Hitter Creftll . , 

Bi'ar RH'er Canyon '. . . , .< .■. 

Glacier Greek i -1". 

'Mal,n iXeef . .'■'... 

O. K. FrttPtl'on" ■""■■"." Oif 

.34 



& Co.) 
Asked. 

^10V6 

■.15?i 
.25 • 
.03 
.14 

.65 
.75. 
..22'^ 



126.00 



25.00 
•700.00 

-.24 

.sr 



Bevan, Gore & Eliot Ld. 

STOCK AND BOND BROKERS 



Wc lr;i(!e in "i)Uts" and'^'calls'' on all active, stock.s 



All Aciivr Stock.s l.'fi iu,L;lit and Sold on Coiiiiiii.-^sion 



W (■ will liiiN' iir sill up til jii.oiMi -.jian-.s nj' I'milaud (."anal for 

f'ltuiT lUdixcry . - ^_ 



W c execute "tiiiic bargaiii.s". and buy and .sell stocks on niari;in 



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1422 Government Street Phones 2470 and 2471 



COLD STORAGE 

V. I. GOLD SIORAGE 8 ICE CO, 

Victoria, B. C. 

Goods received at nil hours. Expert attention 
given. Consignments solicited 



Telephone 2282 



?rO:Box875. 



Phone 2^)56 



P.O. Box 793 



WANTED 



Pacific Whallngr, pom. and pfd. 
Great West Permanent Loan, A 

and B. 
B. C. Permanent Loan. 



N. B. GRESLEY 

Stock Broker and, Financial 

Agt. Member Victoria Stock 

Brokers' Aisociation 

Room 16, Mahon Block 



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FISCAL BROKERS TO THE COMPANY 



VICTORIA AND VANCOUVER 



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Victoria Office: 1122 Government Street. 



Phones 2470 and 2471 



Portland Canal 

Portland W^ondtjr .... 

Red . ClilTs^ .\ .... .... 

Stewart M. and 1 >, . . 

.t..asqilotl 

Lucky Calumet .-.•.. 

Mnowstorm • 

Ramhlffr Cariboo .... 
Sale*. 
ip.OoO Portland <;;anahs. at .36:'li).noa 



.35 

.25 

1.37 1.45 

3.25 360 

.08' .09 

■.*':t .06 

. 5 i . . 

.23 



Maricopa Oil Company, of 

Angeles, Calif orlLia 

Capita!,$i,000 



Under Canadian 
_._CQntrcl 




THE LOCAL MARKETS 



Under Canadian 
Control . .J 




Study the following prices of oil stocks- and see 
what this Company's prospects are. ' ^ 

Issue Price. Present I^rice.. .Dividends. 
Lucile . ..,1 ....-..$ ^15 $15.00 10% monthly 

Sauer Douprh ro . 3.00 ip% rijonthly 

Stetling - -35 4-00 25% quart.erjy 

Garlboii ._ .15 15^25 , 25% monthly 

SatnJixanc.iscQ:and i..: — L. -_I- — .__ ^- 

MjcKittrick $I0- ; 

shares ......... 2.25 28:50 30^ mo'nthly 

Peerless 50. 7.00 6c per month 

Most .of these companies pay special bonuses in 
addition. " 

Dividends, on Listed Stocks for May 
$1,3^6,626 

Totalibf^iden^ t6 Date. ____ 

, ^31,284,902. 



This Company owns a lease of 60 acres in s«Jctlon 32, 12-2.^, in the very 
heart of the Maricopa Sunset Field, surrounded by gushers oi flowing wells 
for a royalty of 1-7 of the oil produced. , • 

The Lake View Gusher, "within 2 liwlev-Ms produced over $3,000,000 in 
Oil during 3 months. Now flowing 40,000 Ij^arrels per day. 

The Obispo, withjn J4 tpile of our proptrtyTlarought in a 10,000 barrel 
Well on 5th June at 1,800 feet. ■ " • ^ ' , : 

The Midway- Northern, within 300 yards of this Company's property, 

ight in a similar Well on July'4fh last; at a depth of "1,920 feet. * 



Bran. . per 100 lb« 

i-}^r\m. Rrr "lOO ll>» 

MI«l(31lnK»,' p«T 100 lbs. 

Oat«, per 100 lt)» 

Feed. Wncat.' prr 100 Ibi, •. . . . 

I'nuh'tl t|atii, per 100 Ib«. 

Barley, prr 100 lb» 

'"'rUibed Barley', per 100 lb«. .. 

'-hop Feeit. P«r.. 1»<> Iba .... 

Whole .C.orn, per 100 Ib.d. .... 

I- racked Corn. p<?r 100 1S».... 
iJTeed, rorrimeal, per 100 IbB... 
, Hay.,Fr«.»>-r Wlvf('..'p<r ton .. . .X4. 

ilBy, prairie ..■.., ^ . v' . 

I tmi— -^ 

Kr.-*!! Uland._.p.«r dozen. .... , 

Eastern Eis«, per do'S«B' .... 

:4..^4;b«««e- - — 

Canadian, par Ilk ..'.........< 

i.Ncufchatcl. eacb 

Tcream, local, cacb '. .;. 

; — Butt«r-r-. . J 

Alberta, per lb. , 

; B«at Dairy 



brought 



(Copyright Telegram Rieceived) 



To .A. T. Frampton; ^ 

Victoria, B. C 



August -4^h. 




Diilling uhavoidably "delayed now proceeding v«»rr rap.idly. WILL 
BE DOWN 300 FEET TODAY;' sure to be in oilapob feet, perhaps les.s. 
Conditions could not be h'etter or outlook brighter 



• (Copy Telegram Received August I5.th,) . 

, DOWN FOU,R HUNDRED FEET TODAY. Formation from now 
on will rivliuf =;r>ecd, but rapid work assured. . 



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GoHtractors expect lol^eSch oil in 90 days. 

"Onie Well iProduqng' i, coo Barrels per day Means a Profit of $500 per day 
" to the Company 



Drilling Commenced July 20th. Watcn the Drill 



Over 250.006 Shares have been sold privately in Prince Rii pert arid Vancouver/ ~ 

Shares of $i fnilly P^fd and Non=Assessab!e, now ea(;li-.25c — - "' ' 

If ther^ is anj' stock 1. ft i r <::U- when tlie drill feaches-iooo. feet, the p-fice will be advanced t^ g* pet share. .Oa^illbc 
reached at if^(Xi ftnt ti> 2000 tee t. l'ric<> then siibject to quotation On the Oil Exchange. Tc^lAy you /buy dollar bills foraSc. 

I Win Pay 5c per Share Cash for an Option to Repurchase These Shares Any Time Within Six Months. ■at-$i.xiO--per Sharft__ 



. Vlctarla creanie'-r. per, lb... . 
i^owlrhan ,C'rr«mory. per lb.... 
Comox Creamery, per lb. .... 
Salt iiprinit la Creatnory, lb.. 

Floor. ■ 

R6yal Houaehold, a' bagr '..., 

I^akp or the Woods, a bag.,.. 

Itoyal- Siaiidard. a bag 

Wild f^ose. PIT sack . . . : 

Robin Hood, per Sack 

' Oalgai-y. a bag .,...■ 

i ijnowfukf. a bag , 

j Drifted fnow. pVr »ack 

: Thr«-te .Star, per »ark 

1 .Moffifl's llt'St. i)t,r bag ...'... 
I Meat*. . 

i Beef, . per ih. .;..... 

i Mutton.'- per ib ./ — . 

Mutton, Australtnn 

Veal, dressc-d,' i>er Ib 

j Oeesr. dressed, per . Ib 

! Chlrkf ns. per lb. . . .• 

Chickens, per 'b., live walght. 

Ducks, dressed, per Ib 

Hams, . per lb ....-vs. 

I'ork 

frnlC 
i FlKS,, table, per -lb. .'.,,,..... 

Lemons, per dozen ...........: 

-Ofangeai Naval ............ 

i Banauas ^. . . . .- '. • . .^ 

: Apples. + lbs 

Asparagus, (local) ^. 

; rireeh Peaa. 2 Iba. 

Spinach. «, lbs 

; Apples, pet ton 

Grape Fruit. (Cal.) 

.Grape fruit (Florida) , 

;' ^,ti awTiefrtjg. t*r box 

' Onlohs, • Ibi — ^or_ ,,, 

lieeta, per Ib 

i Carrats, per Ib .' .- 

; ';inlons I Australian)' 1 IbS. .. 

Tomatoes (Flcrlila4..„i}«r. 1*.. 

Artichokes, (Globe), eacb...^ 
^. Artl<;ho6es. Jerusa .lem. IW .... 

l*ariley. per""bunuh . . . . . . • • • ..« 

. Celerjl', per bunch 

Cucumbers " 

; .N'ew, Hoiiyoe*. S 4ba. ....,i\. 

Cauliflower, each , \ . ..... 

Cabbage, new.' per lb. 

l.et^ace, • head .^a 

I Qilrttc, per lb. ....... .....f.* 



1.40 

l.SO 

1.70 

■ 1.65 

2.10 

«i 7r, 

1 50 
1.80 
1.(0 
1 nil 
1.90 
1 »v 
00O2&.00 
19 00 



.1* 

•M 

. .•» 

.40 
«l 



f 1 90 

UO 

1.80 
1 85 - 

1.95 
1.90 
18$ 
■1.7S • 
1.75 
1.S5 

..o(0.:o 

.15 it 30 

.:&o.:a- 

.I&<f.2tl 
.204)1.24 
.3Stf.lt 

.11V4U.J* 

.:ov.2» 
..istf as 

.10^.50 
.I6«..4a 

.ItiHO.'ii 

.21 

.'16 

.f.86iF)3 SO 
.169 12H 
It 
.10 

.»» 

.01 
.01 
.2* 
■ 11 
•1» 
.1 
.41 

, •!• 
.109.15 
.26 
.10 
.04 
05 
.10 



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Mining Stocks 



Phono 2858. 1122 Govt. St. 

Oldham & Matterson 

BRCJKERS 



Now Is the time to buy 

SOOKE OIL 
SHARES 

Call on ■u.'j for particulars 
Offlo« to X.«t. 



ABK -JS rOK PRICKS.^ 

uy -jr Salo 

Portland Canal. 
Stewart Mining, 
Red CIHT.. . 
Glacier Creek. 
Portland Wonder, 
American Canadian (511, 
Canadian Northwest Oil. 
WAGHCOBN, QWYITN A CO., 
'Va.ucoaTar. 



TO BORROW 

First mortKage iin farm pruperty, 
five 'yeariB at 7 per cent. Good 
security and moral risk. 

$15,000 

This will ajtand the closest Inves- 
tigation and contains every' es- 
•scntial of the soundest security. 
Full; partioTilais on re<iucsl. 

ootOMrisT BOX NoTaas. 



»♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ >^»-«- ♦ ♦-'♦ *-* * *-* ♦^ 



' V ' * '■ ** .. . 'i i.L..' i' m . i ' . ' L i .'- .' 



STEWART 



Actions speak louder than words., Stewart has 

now settled down to work. INTRINSIC VALUES t 

are steadily advancing, as the development of the | 

\ country progresses. At present prices, lots in Ste^- t 

art City are a splendid investment. I 

STEWART LAND CO., LTD. ^ ' I 

Offices 9, 10, J I Board of Trade Building, Victoria, t 



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Mortgages for Sale ! 

We still liavc some first-class mortgages^o dis- 

po.se of. One of $45,000 for five years at seven petl 

^ few l^'e es^ pi^C ial 1 y-f tfcommenxi as co-til^i'iiiug^ all . -the 

elements of good securi.t^.v Particulars can be ob- 

tatned from \ 



The DOMINION TRUST CO., I.D, 

Temporary Office 100 1 Langley Street •• 



A S?s AP ! 



FIVE ACRES ON GORGE WATERFRONT 

This property was being held at $1.4^x5 per acre! "Now of- 
- feted for a quick sale at ' 

$11 00- PERT ACRE— $1100 



N.B. mmWlW & Tompany. Ltd. 



ine 1.S01 



on riul!'''.nff. 



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SEND FOR PROSPECTUS 



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A. T. Frampton 



FISCAI^ANn TR.VNSriiR A(ii;.\T 

Mahon Building, Victoria, B.C. 



POi'TLAND 
CANAL LVTOCKS 

. ClOKiMtisstosr 



R. D. MacLachian 

^Tf•Ini "I A'l.t'Tl. Slr^c'Kl.rol-.er.i' 
AsvCM-latlnn. 

Bonrd of Trnil* HuU'Ilnsr. 

I'hone 210fi. 



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F. W. STEVENSON & CO. 


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STOCK & BOND RR^KFRS 




Member* Chicago Board of Trade 




Victoriua Stocitbrokers Assn. 


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14-16 Mahon BJdg. 1114 Government Strcf 

9 ., , ., ■ . . 








.ORDFi:RS EX1",('1:TED ON ALL EXCHANGES 




Dealers in Local Slocks. Municipal, Government, Railway, 




Trust and All Other Debentures 

* , ■ 




iPriv.ifr Wires to Chicago, New York, 1" v Montreal ' " 





Ws(i4'ii*A|#HUi' 



mif i' t m ^' t> m ii' ) m m '»&k^< # m 



WWwW'V^'MIm*. ^■n^r^am*' 



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VICTORIA BMLY COLONIST 



Tuesday, Auflu«t 16, 1910 



■Kl 



CLABBIFIKU AOVKKTliilNO KATli3 

dne c«r.' a" wurd ettCir^-lflTPrMon: W^er 
e«nt. dlBccjuiU for »lx or mora conm-futlva 
|n»frtlo'ii«— caiih with, oriler. .No udwrUno- 
moiit acri-ptPd for 1. »s Uuin 25 ciiits. 
bUBliU'ua and I ruli aalonal Card» — ot tour 
|ln»» or wntlrr — *l.ou yier wkcU, 
No ttdvKrUB.uiiiil thuigL-a on uccount fur 

Utit thuu ;:.''. uo 

Fhone No. 11. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



'HOTEiJ* AS'fi' ttKSTAtrRANTS 






.-ir- 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



G 

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AKClUrKCXb 

*~ S.7 



BIFFlTii, H. S.. ARCHITECT. , 1000 
Governraenl St. Phona K^Sa. ^ _ 



^OOPKr! THOMXS, ARCHITKCT — IN 
prailU^B In U. C. for tw.'iily-nvo year*. 
I'laiis und BiJrtcilicatioim I'liiiiishtd 
ttt\ioii. Ofttco. D ■ Slslcra 



n uppii- 

HloL-k, Phono •m. 



inAiirir"^T-:nurHrn!:cT-=r» :A^f 7 

five BiaUTB BlQc K 'taV. R e».. U-704, 

unicp. 1167.", ' "' "■ "'*'""" .i.:___ 



Cl^ - .ISLWUCD WATKINS,, A^JCHH UCT-^- 
>* Kpom 16 Flvo Walcrs Block, Victoria. 
B n. Tuleuhtncs: Otileu illS. KoslUouca 



C. Telephtnes: 

L-isas. 



AKT GLASS 



YtSARS 
l^uadi'd 
private 



AR KOy. OVER THIKTY 
. experionce "la Art, GUen 
llKiitB ■ for churches, BChoals arul 
riwrlUnsg. Works- aad_.4lUiW-M*—i^HLS _5^; 

C< W. CJiLSHOLM & CO., MANUFACTUK- 
r>. fir»"ar Ipadt-d art glasg. See us before 
placing your order. ■ R.;i.alrlnB a »j«!claity. 
1' h on o 22tiS, 803 Fort Btrnot. ' 

AlTOMOBIl-ES * 



BANNliUMAN & HORN HOTlfiL. NKW 
building, corner Broad and Johnson 
girept. N'hiorla. Modern otfluiui and luc- 

iildhi-ii rrjoiuii. "■ ^^ .'..^^ 

'lALIFORNIA^liOTEr-, 19 JOHNSON KT. 
n.'wlv tilled up from bolium to lop. 
Kood aecuirnni>ilatliai, oporlliig Kullery, com- 
prlisluK lU<.-Hlz.:d iihulus of all the iiol.id 
BportB and alfileteB up to , tliu present day. 
Bar uiwuja BUppUod with Deal gooda. I'hod. 
L., Mc,\I.anU8, jiruprletor. • 

BKU.N3\yK:K. NICKST I.O- 
torla. nicely furnUliiitl 
room* at modcratt)«. prlcoB. Weekly rate». 
All tar* raBs hotel. Two, enirani;ua, 
y.aUB and O'Hislas. I'hOTin'-*17. ^ 



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NKW iiOTKL BKU: 
cation In Vlctoi 



BUSINESS DIR ECTO RY 

VP«01.«TKRINO ANO DKCOBA TINO 



STILKH &" SHARP.- OOKTltACTOita FOR 
upholBtf'rtii*, rt-niovlng and packing, 
carpelB cleaned, etc. furnltur» repttlrod 
poHBhed. »«6 Fort tit. Phone iHS. 



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WHOCKSAfc* 1>|1»- «OOXI8- 



CONnENSEO ADVERTI SING I CONDENSED ADVERT ISING 



THK UKVKBKU.V BMI'l,OYMIi-M ANU 

'"•■OKNKIIAI. AliKSyy f 

. .IQ.0.9 .riltL-!iitre« Hour. J.:.!10^^^^^^ 
Telnpnono **<. 

?A NT.K D— <• A It I' E NT B R8 FOR COON- 



rry at onrp. t4 day. 



isomer 



rjAHB fUMMEROlA.1.. HOTEL. CORNICU 
JL DoukUib and UoTiopruht ..t;i|B., oppouUe 

City Hai.!,. Bfnovaied throushout.- Rouins 

Beoond '^i)— Hor.e In ■ city. Bur replet.i vvlth 
the best. European plan only. Pool room 
In connection, .t. Buuaa. Prop. Fliono 1702. 



rnURNER-BJOETON CO.. LTD., WHOLE- 
.L sale drj' .«ooil», IjnporterB and manutao- 
turC"r'«~m-en*B--ftrmlBhlnBS, tents. "Big H"'"" 
brand. shlriB , overallB. Mall orders attended. 

UHOLKS.^LK WINKS A>ll^KJl!OR» 

TURNER-BEKTON CO., LTD., Wh'aYiF 
fit. Vlciorla- Wholesale only, all tha 
leadlnu brands of llguors; t|lrect Importers. 
Write ftu" liate aiul prices. ' 



t \ r X K t K D -tJnOB 'Ttjotcb: •-A-l:;t»« -T« H K W 
\V houseiiuildB and BevenH general mnlda. 



TEACIIKKH WANTEB. 



w 



rr~EXPKaiENCBD . DRESSMAKBRi 



1. want, work 



fc^ 



TeVER.\L t.'ANARlKHFOR SALE— SONa- 



T 



O BE HlUlihr REi 

■ai>,atile rook, housekeeper for 



(lor's cfliabllahmenl 
raeiory. 



t.l.M.vrENDKD — A 

bach- 

RotuienceS most, satllB- 



M°'"\^ 



«EY PROPERt.,,Y INVE.STKD LEADS 

nay bo at- 
Ho meal lu 



talned by' purehaslnK the best 
the city at The Strand Cafe. 



R 



ANIER HOtEL AND CAFE— ALL ON.' 



inoEe wttn you can. kH the bent for less 
Meals 20c; rooriiB , 26c and up. Bar replete 
Tjflth best goods. Joseph BalunKno. Prop. 



QTRANU HOTEL CAFE, JOHT^HON HT.. 
©r — •n+rrnirv- open. Fiuropejsn.,i>lan; oulsliie 
unexcelle'd; bar best Roods; rates moderate. 
Wright.* Faulkner- Phone lj.ff6. • ■ 



WESTERN MOTOR & gl^PPfcY C03<- 
pany. P.. P. Clark. Manager. Sole 
Bgents for Bulcks, Franklins,^' Humbers, 
rienient Tnlbota and Rovers. .Storage. Bup- 
piles, tires all sizes and inakes. Bulk gaso- 
line and oil. Ropulra. conipltte viUcaniiclng 
. planu High clasa livery. Telephone dUb. or 
It line busy 20(17. . ■ 



BAGOAC.E' BKIJVEKY 



V 



ICTORl AmrANSI^nSK -«t:>r; 
cphoio IL'3.. 



-tr¥«r.— ^'fitr- 



BI.l'K rRIXTINO A,Nn MArs 



DRINTS, ANV LfSXOTU.iN ONE PIECE, 
X. six cents p*i' foot. Timber and land 
niapsT "ETecrrre Bttre "Prl 
J'Jls Lansley St. '" ^_ ; 

BOAT? AN1> KN<:iNr.S 



HOTEL VICTORIA — UNDER NEW MAN- 
niremont. Most central In " city. Bun 
meets all efeamera and trains, Uraliant & 
Grant, proprietors. Phone 4S0. 

VXTTLSON HOTEL, C46-C48 YATE3 PtI 
VY Europttsn plan; large and alfy rooms; 
bar supplied w-ltlv best good*. T«d iMoAvoy, 

proprietor.-- TTmns "103^.';- ■::-■ 



WOOD ANO I'L'EL 



Arm-SON, E. A., DEALER IN ALL KINDS 



w 



foot leutfUia. r^OO Per i-ord; stove lengths, 
i'i.i'i double lood. 32tJ John St. l'*'^'_"_j^':.if: 

GUEAP"l'n}EL^TllY~A HKAPTnU DOU- 
bla load of short cut mill wood, de- 
livered to any parf of clly , at 13.00 C.O.D. 
by Cameron Lumber Co.. Ltd. P hone !i 6 4. 



PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY 



DENTISTS 



DU. LEWIS HALL,' DENTAL SURGEON, 
Jewell block, cornor yules and Uoutf- 



lau- strnsots. 
Office. 6,67 ; 



Victoria. B. C. T«lephun 
Residence.— >J«;- ^— 



rpitK WILLOWS— THOROUGHLY RENO- 
X vated Ihrougho'it. and equipped In the 
most modern and up-to-date stylo, and sup- 
plltd with f.P8» gooda. Alex. Ll psky. prop. 

JKtVELr.KKS. \v"ATCHiMAKEK.S. ETC. 

' ■pl'tcTL'T'llrOT lyOCUllAH-''KTREET 

spoclaRy of English -watch repairing. 



R. H. J. HENTJERSO-V, DENTIST. LLL 
building, corner Broad and Johnson 
Sta Phonu ,2i00. Ottlce hours: S.3U a. m. 
to '6 p. m. Evenings by gppolntmenL 



D' 



UELl" WANTED.— MALE 



/-ANTED AT ONCK. CAR WAKHEU. 
Apply WcBtprn Motor & Supply ' "■ 



,"ANTED— TEA<-HER FUU SOUTH 

riallnnn TPIuniper Pass); male or fe. 
MUlle lioldlilK seeollil jjr lllird cluMB ccril- 
lleiile; uuirrleil, Willi" niinlly preferred; tlu- 
llea to I'oiriMiene. after suininer vueailnn; 
aulary i'iiii. WrUe, with refereiic'es to J. W- 
HelltiriuHe, Beeretary- treaHuriu". / 

sooicli' 



J- school. 
Booke,- B. C 



WANTED 
Apply J. S. 



FOR 
MUlr, 



Becretary 



APPLICATIONH WILL BE liEl'EIVEl) 
by the uiideralgneil ilp ti,ll Sanirday. 



CONDENSED ADV/feRTISING 



WAMTKU — TO KENT. 



\\7AN'TED TO RENT-NICELV 
VV hiBhed house In nood bicnllly. 


i-UR- 


by a 


viiung married I'nople, abnul lal .Sep! 


. Ap- 


ply 110K..276 folonlal. 





CONDENSED ADVERTISIf^Q 



r«oPKBTV roB sAi:« 



N\' 



'ANTED TO RENT — A FCRNlHIlED 
houae or luiusekeeplnK rooitin wUhlii 
Iti nitiiulea of hlKh BChool prnlerri-d. finm 
Sepuaiitier to June,. faiuUy of two; iiuiiier- 
ous referencea^ Box. ZH-iJ, Coloniat,., ",:■ 



•pOR 
i fros 



.^u^!UHl 2V, for 111" poBltlon of aaaialant 

teacher of-I'lHBt Ward Behool, Sidney. 1.1 i'.. 

salary »«0 p..-r month. Frank J. M. ■■NlTmB-.-j-pTrOTrFT' 
seorolary. . 



^\NTED TO RENT-- FIVE-ROO.M 

eottnffo or bungalow, furnished or 
iinfurnlaliert. 
2T.) CoUmlBt. 



w 



September lo December. Box 



K 



OKHILAH SCHOOL DISTRICT — THE 
board of trustees TnvHeB appUealluTiB 
for post of teacheii. salary JilO nioiitb. AO- 
dreSH secretary. Walter I'alerBon, Koksllah, 

Vaneouver iHlanid. ''. .,;■ . 

^ ~~~ FE*- 



r|"M';ACHE.R WANTED- 

male,) ^Or the r.uraJ^JI.ohoo!, Clayoijuot 



\v 

\V^^^TlOD---■BOi'*l^uB-..aiJ£ti>igMv^■-^ a.t,..iv. 

\x7ANTJi:D-:-TW<3 MACHINISTH, ONE — 

VV, delivery hby ond 20 laboreM, 
Rooin-.f), MylVCBter Block, 71li iftfs 
good watfea and ppriliani--nlP"»R^n'' 



(MALE OR 

J gohool, 

to jUmes. iroliiian. 



.'Vpply 



OR DELEGATES TO 
XV the a. C- ''hrUriun' Endeavor ConVen- 
llon. hen.) August. 10- 13; sImkIi^ and double 
rooms needed- . Write glvlnfe all pHrlh-ulars 
and pri ce to Rev. PL A. Carson. Drawer 571. 

LOST AND rOUND ' . 



IJ 



OST— BROWN LEATHER PUl(fl|- 



OVlage, May streer car line; no rock, 
$550. - 321 -C oiorilst. 

KADQl'AHTERB FOR FORT GEORGE 

- toViV«IT«^""*'"SIlf'." Child has gone to Fort 

CeorgB and on his return In about two 

\v. eks will tell you all about the lownslie. 

L.thlld- & . Co., 707'^ Vales sireei. 



."^OR SALE ON EASY TERMS OR E-V- 
change tor lots; new home and halt 
acru of ground oii_.„...hea.i:h. Price »4,!1B0. 
Owner, Monday's shoe atocB. 



F 



QVMTAHLE FOR SPBDIVIPION, .'^HAW. 
^ nlgan District, 320 acres, near lake. 
Iiulf a rnlle . from Btatlon, . rail- 

way atul malj,! road run through prop- 
erty; also Blreu'm, r'l"nty rtf water and gftod 
land; small log cabin. Price J20 an acre. 
Terms to be arranged. Apply Owner, P. O. 
Box 1063. , •- ' 

1EA FRO.NTAGE, 15 MILES FROM VIC- 



^E 



NA 



TANTED—TJiiACHER FOR BURQOYNK 
school. Salary $B0 pei;, month. -Vp- 
I Akerman secrGtari^. ■\-— - 



\X;iANTKD— DRIVER AX-. PAUL'S DYE 
-VV^ --avoids; musv Kitow- city; good %yagtfl 



lo t:lghl man. 



.. SMART YOCNG MAN 

■ wi t h soinc -kTTOu-tCTlg<»-»fr-bai^B« l> InJL 
and answering phono, and general office 
work- 303 Colonist. _^_ 



■l\7-'^-'^"'^''=^C)— A 



^\ 



JiANTED-i-FIRS^r-CLASS M1^:-KER FOR 
ranch. Apply Box 2'iH Colonist 



w. 



A. 



JVNK 



Brass. 



COPPER. 



'rX/ANTED— SCRAP 

VV zinc.' lead, cast tron. saoka. bottjes. 
lub bci ; h ig li rat — i>rt(**B paid. Victoria Junk 
Agency. 1C20 Store atrpet. Phone 1336. 



A' 



ICTORI A BOA T At LMJl -NIS CO.. hTU— 
Boats and launches built; esHnintes. 
repairs, designs. Hhop, 424 David airett. 
\V. D. Buck, manager. Pliyoe 285.. ■ 



BOOIiBl-NUBlCS - 



n-<Hii! coLOsas x ...HAH , .TirE_-:_Bi5-gT- 

X eqUtpcil bookblndrry In tho l>ro«luce;; 

<b>" rtSIQlt Is TTIual In -p"n'9«^*<i"»>'"~~"'~'^ — '"'' 



llOI 11 

L .■. 



T/f 



LL KIND!? 

tI 
Agency. IfiSO Store street. 



J:\. Good pTlcea paid. 



:..s 'W-isiiTBthr- 
Vlctoria Junk 
Phone .SJ«. 



BULUBRM AND CONTUACTOHS 



-IJU<D8CAPK GARDENER 



F. FRASER, D. M. D. 
Yates St., Garesche 
hours: U.30 a. m. to tr p. m. 

DE'l'ECTlVES 



—OFFICE 732 
block. Offlce- 



\\7>\.NTED— A. 

\ V glazier, also S. a" 



WOCarn'RNER AND A 

ehlne amn. 

Apply WulBh SaBh & l> .New-. VVest- 

niluBler, Ul^ .C -..- ■ -....-■ , - 

APPLY 



B. 



C. DETECTIVE ^SERVICE. VANCOU- 
„„4(er Civil, criminal ana commercial 
Investigations R. S. Baron, Superlnten- 
-dewt. 4iead office, Rooma 2U7 and 20S. Lrown 
bulldlnr. Vancouver, ' B. C. Phono 4Jui. 
Bloodhound, trail ers kept. 

IJAClIilC DETECTIVE AGhi^' Yr DOJ.NG 
JL " generap-rftrns- irrhnuml— «Bd-^'vil private, 
ilelertive- wo?k. oT Will find the whel-e- 
abouta irf ixny p.-raons whose Jndentlly or 
addrvBSea are ufiknowti. .ilOS Government 
Htreet. phoiu- 2171. 



JAMES, KLMP60N, SCI JOHNSON ST. 
phone RllSO. Expert on all garden 
and orchard detalla, tre«»« Improved, scale 
removed, greontfly jannlhllated without In- 
Jury to flower/ frAlt or foliage. Gardens 
ici'p.t. oontraitB /taken, roses a specialty. 



-WVK« 



AND TRANSFER 



TiCTOHtA 
129. BeaJ 



iA.NSPKH Cf).v- freL-, TKL. 
service In the city. 



trruoGKAPiiniO 



HOTEL DIRECTORY 



VANCOCVEIf 



ALI^AMBRA HOTEL— MRS. S. THOMP- 
BOn & Sons, proprietors. R. D. Thomp- 
son, manager. Corner Carroll and .Water 
streets. Vancouver. B. C, Vancouver s first 
hotel, Situated -In the heart of the cliy. 
J Modernly euulpped throughom. Midday 
lunch a spectalty. Europeaw plan, lamed 
tor gortd whiskey. - . . '■ ^ 



DRCG APPRENTICE V\' ANTED. 
B, v.. Drug Co., B41 Johnso n Blreet 

VV 

.\loSB slTcct; phone RllQO, 



'ANTED 
era. 
iTect; 



TWO OR THREE CARPEN- 



Ti> I.I I lIOLSEIiEEPINO KOOMS 



rpo LET, SEPT 
Blirdotto avehu e 



i;;| FOCR -ROO-llr^, 
unfurnishea. 740 
phone R1231. ^ ^ ^^ 



T 



ROOMS; 
tvCo bedrooms and kitchen, 4?7 Bell-' 
street; oppo aite C. P. R. Dockb. 

VJ LErr --FURNISH ED h6U8EKBEPINU 



rpo LliT-T-UOlJHEKBEPINO 

vlll 



roonia; new homiii.„64» Rlthet stre.et,, _ 



kNE RELIABLE MAN 



WANTED IN 

y town to talte orders for boBt 
■ - lilglie.st 



/ANE I 

V-' ever. » . 

custom-made clothes In Vauada; 
eolilhitSSfol).- ■lTtqF=T41R«a»rf"t1iJ. - 
Toronlo. Out. \^ 



rno LET— FURNISHED, LARGE^ BED- 
X room Willi UBO of dlnlngroom, kitchen, 
•bah> ttnd telephone. Apply 120 Government 
Btrect, James Ija)'- »" chlldr*-!.. 
^^r^DK^nit^NT-*^r wb FROX-T. ...EL' RNiailEll. 
X^ - houseke..-plng rooms, one as bed -sitting 
room, other kitchen, gua cooker, sink hot 
and cold water, etc, JMlit^i |4-w«ek. Barnea 

834 Courtney street. _^_ ^ 

-H-efCSEKBEP- 



E. 

money. 



& N- train contalninK 
Reward Box .i:iu e'olonlst. 



Uirla; Bplenvllil iinrhorage; magnificent 
t"™K<M»d_.JaJad-, imd water; nlci ■ beaches. 



LOST— BLUE ENA.MEL CUFF Vlt4K AND 
green glass. hat pin- Return: reward. 



L 

■flSK'^,: 



O.ST — a<JLD CHAIN BETWEEN 
delto avenue and YateB strei-i ; 
, Reward. , Bo x. 287 ^-'olpt tlm 

WATCir^ "be. 



BUR- 



\J,UJ«, 

Forijprleo, etc., apply Owner, 



O. Box lOCJr- 



0^ 



T OSX~KlI^VER 

iu Gordon Head aiid-Ooodarre's BlaugUter 
houae. Reward ,Jor relurn to -128 Rlngalon 
street- ' ^.. . -.. 



■<O.MO.K— ABOUT -91 ACRES WITH 

frontage on thf< i;omox river; three 
ucrea cleared; all, good aoU; goi^d fishing; 
live minutes' Walk from school, church, post- 
olTice. etc.; close to Comrtx harbor; right- of- 
' way through property sold, to E. & N. Ry. 
I I'rlce, $110- per acre; easy terma Sea Mar- 
riott & Fellows, 8 HI Trounce avenue. 



LOST— RED CO<;'KER SPANIEL WITH 
a little whlti^ in face. R*lurn or seiid 
information to Armstrong Brothers, 134 
Kin«'Bton,_ Suitable reward.' ^. 



T.l'^OR SALE— LOT ANt) BRICK WARE- 
-*- house, full stone basement, on lower 



_J';ilttSon street 
prico fJSTOtKlr 



E & W. depot. 
M5 CoIo-iTTsT. ,, ^•■" 



UISCELLANBOCS. 



•l)JnHt«r»l7 



W/ANTED — ONE. RELdABLB MAN IN 
VV every town to taku orders for best 

custom mode ctuthea In Cana'aa. Highest 

commiSBlon. Rex Tailoring Co., Ltd., Toron- 
to. Outs- ' • -^ 

ANTJ2D— CAPABLE SALESMAN TO 
outer IBrltis'h Columbia with staple 
line. High commt»Bloh»i -with 1100 montlill^ 
advance. Permantui poailiou lo right mttu. 
Jess. H- Smith Co.. Windsor, Ont. 



lARANK B. HL'ME— CO.VTRACTOU ANI? 
J^ builder. Plans and Boeclticatlons pre- 
parid for approval. Estimates furnlBlied 
ou anv class of structurf. Offices Gor._«Ol- 
^nd: Avir7"aHd Oxfo rd KU f. O. Box 6.0. 

T^UNE YBROSr^BlNiLDE^ AND fONr, 
jLr tractors, are pr.pared u, gly« prices on 
• II building and jobldn'g work. Phona *1».. 
We attend to your order. . : ■. 



GUIBOPODY. 



M 



as. CAMPBELL. CHIROPODIST »05 
fVjtt streftt. - . 



^J^ 



Civil. KNtllNKERS ANH f«r«yBVO«» 



t. O.. NCUCtlS, a,.!;?. LAND .■^CRVICYOR 
'J\.' ' V. E-. Room 8. Lee Bulldlrfi,'. Broad 
itreet, TtUpboiic 3T7, P, O. BoK i*t. 



^n^ of civil 
. lUClncerlng ' and siirveyliig undprtoken- 
HftllrCfBJt^hicatian ajid .uonstructiuu ft spo- j 
clalty. no: LanRlii>L a^rmtl. ■ ; 



LITHOGRAPHI.VG. E-NGR-WINO AND 
Embo88lng---Nothlng too larga and 
nothing too small; your 8tailonrr.v Is your 
advance agent; iftir work is unet^ualled west 
of Toronto. The. Colonist , Priutlng and 
Publishing Co.. Ltd. 



LOCKSMITHS AND MACHINISTS 



HAFEK. L.' — - GENERAL MACHINIST, 
new parts of all kinds made In bratis. 
copper and steel, or. any sort of tnetal. Ma- 
chine shop. ,l»!t -Govi-rnment St. Phone »3M. 



MA.- 



\i i. 



M' 



ks.--EaRsma.n» electrig light 

bAths; tuedical niasauge. lOOC Fort iSr 
Phon e B-11165. ■ ■ . ' ~ 

OP*ICiA*l» ASb OPl'OMETRISTB " 



BLYTH. A- P.. 646 KORT— OVRR A 
^ l<iliarl«r ot » Century* experience, .and 
inoderu- equipment at - yo\ir service. Free 
examlnatiuu.. Lenses' lirouujtl . on premlsca 
Phone 2.?o!». ' ' * 



PA1>'\'K«S AN0-rAVKRMA»«KK$ 



(.1 



-« '.)• 



\- McORF.GoR— J. HliRRKJIt Mo- 
.;-T, Mjtr. . Land purveyor . «»»d 

I . n ; . , e eriJ • i.4MtfKH>:ty— ChjCiii Wri r-^J^ W; 

BOX JS'' Tpr" -.^fmj; TFort ' *j'-prire -ofllee, J. 

t :■■' 'fcttTptmon .' M grT ~ ^— — — : — ,__^- 



RoBCRTsoN. A. r.— BP.rnsK- cocrrtrf^ 
Ola I.,ana Surveyo. £,22 Fort strseti 
Jllctorla.B. C- Tylt phone L-lo-!J. P. O. Box 



CAKVEXTKItS, JDfNlDRS. JOBBER S 

rVAPlTAL~FAilPE.\TliK xSuT JOBBING 
\J fa<!lory. Alfred Jonvs. All kinds ,0? 
a H'ratlons. Jobbing work. 1003 Vantouver, 
<nd I'ates sirmt; oflKai phuue B20il. Rea 
hTUS,. 



CABRIAtSfS AMD WAti0S DEAl,«B$i 



MABLE, ,WM.^1MB0RTI3R 
Lachlen buggis-a, traps ;, 



OF MAC- 

. cannot b» 

beaten tor. durablTily. Warebotise 717 John-* 

.St. Phone 1326. „ ' 



FraKK mellor— painting con- 
trsBtor. niS View stree*. Phone 15(54. 



HENR¥— RIVERS — PAINTER. GLAZIER, 
Ualsomlner and paperhanger. 749 Mur 



UJ!:,LV WANTED— FEM-ALK 

V\TANTBD— BB.'^I'ONSlBll.B GIRL. . FOR 
\ V c«r»r -pf-Twtnm nin'efr- 'iOfi Colonist. 

U.N T jSJ>— A W A ITRfisis. APPLY DO^ 
minion UOTtd. . . 



TO LET— FURNISHED- 
Injr rooms, 8 la Put! 



NFURNi?<H ?:i> HOUsEicEfiJt>iNO ROOMS 
»23 -North^Par 



rk Btreet. 



TO LKX— HOUSES 



rpo RENT 
— "-L nlsUed 



rpo. msNT— SIX-ROOM 

X roode-rn .conveniences. 



v\ 



BLACKBURN HOtEI*— A. E. BLACK- 
burn, proprietor. This well-known :f u 
popular hotel entirely rebuilt and refurn.an- 
ed is now open to Its patrons. Steam heal._ 
fine commodious rooms, nrst-ciass dining- 
room, best attention to, comfort of guests. 
American plan |1.6U to »2.«0 P«»;^day- f='"^"-. 
pean plan. 7to upwards. ^1* W usttuluslM^? 

.avtfnu e. ". ' • ''' . ^' . •_ .'..::. ..^ „. v. ij ,^ 

OM.MERCIAL HOTBfa-*CDRN«:R HABTi 

Ings and Coijible streets Headquarters 

tor 'mining and toinmerclai ineu. Rates ii 

aiid upwards. AtWiA, ,Jo«in*ou * Btowarlj,. 

proprleiu ra ■ , '' ■:" ^ . ' ■ ,■- . " }- 

HOTEL DOMINION — WHEN YOO AR- 
rive at Vancouver mko largo auto bus 
which will take you to thULhotet. IroB. Our 
service Is the best gbtalnablo at the price. 
American plan. »l 60 to »2 00 per day. Auti> 
makes, one trip daily around btanley ParH. 
F, Baylies, proprietor. , ' ' 



,^ANTKD— SIX WAITRBSB^W FOR CITY 

good position; itood wiigws- Aj^jply 

iioom «. Sylvest.r BlocK. 710 Yates street. 



llOO) 



'^ANTBD-i-A IHRL FOR OE.VERAL 
housework. Apply Mrs. OWen Copas, 
lao Mentli-S street.. 



w 



/ANTED- A GIRL FOB ^^lOHT HOUdE' 



work. 515 Superior street.' 



ADY HELP IN S-MALl-. FAMHJt. COM- 



cook; statu age and any .rcrerenccs. 

iW Colonist. 



-b-KVEN-BOO.M FULLY FUH- 
bungalow -facing sea; close lo 
cai- line; nil moaern conveniences. For fur- 
ther particulars apply to R. V. Winch & 
Co., Ltd.. bit Fort street.- 

coi'T^Bes:' ALL 

on Fort street. 

Apply Room i. SOV Gdvernroen t street. > 

OB BENT — PERMANENTLY SMALL, 
compact,' "modernised furnished house, 
three bedrooms; close In; every convenience, 
electric light, enamel bath,- hot and cold 
water; good range; gas plute. etc. Owner 
would retain use or oiie -bedroom M desired, 
and let to good class .tenant at very nUid- 
erate rent. Apply lo « evenings, 813 Fls- 
guard street, near Blanchard. i 



BlGWOOii, — mechanical englncM 



TTEAD« CARTERS FOR FORT GEOROE 
-XX towtislte. Child & Co., Room,,-*, 



Jtx. and drauKht8nian;.."nu(ehincl-y InstalP 
.d; drawings prepared- Agent for tfaa 
Tmrdocers *nd 4<ngW»M£^-E^ :a.;r3BSX~^067, 

City. '• ■ ' ' ,- — ' • - 



CONCRETE AND CEMENT W'pRK; LOAV 
foundations, fliiors. walks. 

„., ,,„ _.. kinds of oruaffFfnial work. 

.Vll work . guaranteed. John Morris, SW 



o 



Fort street. 



rpHE EMPIRE- REALTY C'OMi'ANY -VOW 
JL located at 012 Yates; street, will short- 
ly remove lo 841 Fort Street, 



■\riCTORIA.WlNIX>W CLEANING COM ^^ 

V pany, 721 Fori grrSBT, Tihxjno 84W,-j^.-. 

Contracts taken by week or month. 



TT7— AT*DERSON. CHIMNEY CLEANER 
VV^ defective flues altered;, grates re- 
backed. Residence 26»« Blanchard street; 
phone H744. 



T\,rOS8 STREET— NHW •■*. ROOM HOUsB, ' 
iT-L lot 50x120, $3,250; »600 cash, balance 
?25 per, month;- no .-a gents:' 
(.'olonist. -^»=== 



Apply M. H.. 



Vales street. 



7«TVir 



J7IOR SALE— L INDEN AVEJ^UE, CQR- 

- ner*WSray~'etr«et, lots I, 3, 8, 4, 6 and 

S, on car line. Prices $1,200 to $1,}00 
eaich. Owner, Box 242 Coiorilst. _ 



}7«OR SALE-^LAIVIE LOT" ON FIFTH 
- street. Just oft Topas avenue; $500; $100 



cash, balance $150' per year. 
2,S, Colonist. 



Owner, Box 



II^OR SALE. QUADRA STREET, OPPOB- 
IteJ^orth Ward park, well built six- 
room .house, $3,300iJ800 cash, .balance $26 
per montli. Why pay rent? Owner, -Box 
ill Colonist. , , " 



8XAP-^LOT, MICHIGAN STREET, 4.0x120 
f«^t; high; car line 



LET-r-FURNISH'ED 6-ROOM 
taK»; alt modern cunvenl«>ncbs. 



rpo 

D14 Hillside avenue. 



COT- 
Ap^ly 



rpo LET—MODERN 7-ROO.M HOUSlii» 
X Hillside avenue; close to Douglas st{eet. 
IL'.II. Jones, Room 20, Promis Block, Uov- 
eriitnenl street- 



Box. 



\\rANTED .\T ONCK— A SBAMiSTREISS 
VV ^ b'y the day. Apply to M*"' ' l-""- 
i>^ae,h Drive, • U aK ,Bajy; phone ^**"j- 

tlTA.NTED— OHU, i "TO "#qKK IN A 
-VV candy st'ort-. Apply lb 6,4lJ Johnson 



street. 



LODGES AND SOCIETIES 



A. 



kfft s'tret, victoria- B. C, ;Etttms^l«» cbser 
luily given on appllcatioik. 



" 



-i- PAINTS, 



SK A B 8, 
brusbM; apeclalty at. wallpaper. 



VARNISH E.S 
the 

newest palterna. Give me a call. Store 
1607 Douxlaa street. Phone R-1084; 

rpHE MELROSE CO.. LTD.. 618 FORT ST. 
JL uadertuku evt-ry. branch of the painting 
and decorattilg business and guarantee sat- 
isfaction. . ■ * 



PATJENTS A3CI> LBOAL 



ROWLAND BRITTAI.N. hEGISTERBD 

Attorney. Patents' In . »ll countries. 

Falrneld building, opposite P. O... 'V»nco)i- 

ver. •".'.'. 



GENTtr CLOTHES. CLEA.NED. DYED, 
repaired' aa'j prefweU; umbrellas and 
j.araiolB nu«.de,„ _!'(;palred and re-covered 
Guy WV-Walker'. Tos Johnson St^^Just east 
1,1 Douglas. Phono L-1'8 6". ""^ ' 

AH CHOXQ^^^^LADiES' AND, GBNJ'S^ 
dry cleaning, pressing and repailrlng 



I'l.VMBtNG AND O.ASFrrriNO 



en short notice. 
'Victoria. B.t.'. 



1725 Government street, 



COAL AND wood; 



I^U R'¥r-^EO, — &iilAj.(Sa " ■lit'saAA,<.<.ii.-IrStia 
Xj of wood a.nd coal. Deliv'sred/to any 

"hoi 



i^OLBERT PLUMBLVG & HEATING CO-, 

V^* Ltd-. For first cJaas workmanship In 

the above line ilve tu. a t -lal. Temporary 
otficu 755 Brpughton .St... Phone SSi. 

N. ATkTnsON, PLl'"MBL'vrGr 8TOVB- 
. ntling, 2544 BKuichartrrTrtttme RISU. 



O. F. COURT NOI^THERN LIGHT. 
No. 8»35. meets at Foresters' UaR, 
Broad street. 2nd and 4th W«=dncsdays. W. 
F. Fullerton, secretary. - '' . j^ 

bt"K7itNvr~i. FAB WEST LODGE. 



JkSc-.-- Friday/ K. o* P. - H *ll, cor. Dbuilas 
and Pandora streets. 3. I* l3mltta. K. - ot R. 



and S. Box 644. 



-A4- 



SOi«J8 OF E.NOLAND, D. 6. ALEXANDRA 
Lodge 116 mceU Ist and Srd Wednes- 
dai', K. of P. Ball. W. Appleljiy, Foul Bay, 
Prtsldent; J. CrItcUley, Becretory, Bldney, 

B. C.' ■■ ■ ■ ■ 



U'AN-PED— GE.Vt;»C,il, MAID AT ONCE. 
AWly 554 KUi| | Bl| stree^, 

•ANTED — C*0,>lf%TBNT^ 51 



\\ lA NT ED — CK),MfTwTBNT- IS E.VB RA L 
VV- maJd; plain ciKiKHig; $25 per month. 
Apply' 1507 Fernwood i-pad- • 



WANTED 
VV hotel, 
iw-ven & «md S p. 



A WAITRESS AT A.NOEL 



rpo LET — FURNISHED COTTAGE, AL«0 
-L horse ' for sale, 828 (.Caledonia avenue.. 



Af};knI8hed house to bent, 
eight rooms, best rttsidenilnl district, 
vacant Scptentbtrr ' 1, Apply Stewart Land 
Co.. 1« Board of Trade. _ 



rpo RB.N'T— THE 10-ROO.M HOUSE FL'R- 
JL . nlshed at 148>.'. l«"ort . street;, for six 
months or 'one year Icom Septcrftticr 1st. 
Phone 2480; no s mall children. . 

rpo jlKask FbR length op timeI' a 

X' furnished si'x-room cottage, all modern 
c'lMivehlenceB, near beach ■ and car lino". 
Apply 11 South Turner street. James Baj- . 



BULBS AND P,iJX'k'i''8— NOW -IS ' TTiE 
time iD order bulbs It you- wis 
garden to be beautiful In the early spriri„'. 
snowdrops, crocus, tulips, daffodlia, 'J'A''*;. 
hyacinths, etc. Dutch, Japanese and local 
seed Send I'. C. for particulars to T. E., 
Woolstone. Beach House, Cadboro Bay. or 
p. 0. Box 102,!(. . . 



AWO.MANS EXCHANGE. FOR THE 
disposal of iliiedleworK; handicraft 
and every branch oT woman's work will be 
held m the woman's building at the fall 
fair. Ladles interested may obtain fuller 
purtlcuiurs on applica tion to Mrs. A. B. 
Richards, Royal Oak, P. Q. . .^ 

E HAVE' THE' ONLY ELECTRICAL 
key-dupll<:atinB machine- in Vic- 
toria for Yile an<i postofflce. keys, insuring 
a porfecr fIt~UTwaS1i-^^H. M. Wllsoh, 61-4 
Cormtiran,t. 



buildings. 
Colonist, 



$850; terms. 



near Government 
Owner, Box lt4, ' 



•\riOLIN. FLUTE AND HARI>— MR- DAN 
V Green t Lojo Sergl. Soloist, and teach- 
er. Royal Artillery String Band> and Loti- 
don ..concerts, etc. Desires pupils, lO'Su 
Richmond avenue. . 1, 



r\\0 Bii NT— T HE 10-ROOM HOUSB FUR 
X nlBh'eS at" 1485 Fort street, for si] 



■]4|-RS. H. E.. BAKER. TEACHBR OF ELO- 



months or one year from September 
i ' lione - !i 4 »0: — n«- small, clUldren. 



six 
1st, 



WTANTED— f..ADY lO TEACH LITTLE 
V V alrl and assist In housework. Ai»piy 
— between 



Mra .'itcCllntoctt, 
t and 2 p m. . 



Dallas Hotel, 



\Vr ANTED — tfO 
VV three men. 



H'OUSll Tt> RENT — 1712 VENMAN 3T. 
lo'' rooms with all modern convenienc- 
es. , large garden "with flowers and- veg<(- 
tab'lcs, iweniy-tour fruit- Inn^i, thirty 'dollars 
per month' or woul4 Uasu lor one year. Ap- 
ply Vlt'loria hotel, ' * - 



SONS OF HNQLAT^D, PHlDB OF ISLA.ND 
Lodge, A. O. F. Hall. Broad street. 
Wd and 4th Tuesdays. President C~ Ponv 
erdy; Victoria West. Secret*ry, >^. Dawson,' 
Head. Street. Escijilmalt. • ; ,, ,;.,.,^^, 

SOCIBTX~FOR ' TH E~" PlfEVEWTioN O P 
cruelty to Animals-' Office 1212 Broad 
street. Phones, Inspector Russel, 1»21. •eo- 
retary L2343. „ , . ' ■ . - ' ' :"■"- 

CONDENSED . ADVEiRTISING 



POTTERY ^ARE, ETC.. 



aSWER PIPE. FIELD TILE, OAOXJND 
Fire Olay, Flawer Pots. ?*«• B. C 
Corr -Bra«d «ad Pwtdora 

■ " ■'^"^B' w-rli-used 



T>O.R ETA CT:— SMOOTH MAIRBD-'FOX 
J: Terries puppies frvm KiiBlleh Imported 
prize winning stock. l^Scolch Bakery., DoUg- 
luS Street. . .. _ . ■' 



Pottery. .Co.. . Ltd., C« 
St*. Victoria. B. C. • 



REAL ESTATE AGENTS 



part of city, at current rates. 
},ardB. 735 -PflndeHta 



Phone JI28, 



GO TO J. E. GRICB TO GET tOUR FALL 
ordera Wood piled in yard orjlot be- 
fore cutting. Measure guaranteed. la cords' 

t.r over. Tel. 149. 

ALL & WALKER — WELLl.NGTON COL- 
, llerles Coal, Comox Anthracite Coal, 
BlaSksmith's and Nut Coal specially pre- 
pared. Tcl. 83; 1232 Government Bt^ 



OUTHBERT. HERBERT « CO.~"'BAR- 
galns Victoria Rial Estate." Invest- 
ments, timber and fruit lands, «16 Port St;, 
phone 1610. Caliie nddressr "Cothbcrt.". - 



POUUBl' AND Ln-KSTOCk 



KBEP Jtt.PUSB FOR 

Apply J 1ST North Park, 

street, brtween the hours of li and 8j»- m. I 'jp 

WA .\ 1' E D ^ Wb .M aN to HU.PERINTENn land, burns, outhouses, etc, also use of coW 
cooking, small .S'arnib ; kllchcn maid 1 for six months cotumenclng In September at 
kept', good homp, 1*3 



no RENT— FURNiaHED NINE BOO.MED 

modern bungalow with 26 merits of 

WO.MaN to HU.PERINTENn | land, burns, outhouses, etc 



rpo -SPEAK FRENCH OR GEB-MAN IN 
X- three months; Improvement on Berlitz 
method. , Trial - Ivsson frpe, I8|09 Stauvley 
avenue, phone R1641. ,, v^ ■ 

CJTAMPING FOR FANCf WORK ON 
io your t).wn mateila'. Orders tal-ttn Bt 
M s- Turner. 817 Fort slri-n. 



S'tro^it,. 



eutlon and eau>,resslon', 1-802 Vancouver 



GOOD LAND FOR BALE— FIFTY .MILES 
from Victoria oh K. & .V. Railway easy 
elsarr 'cFdlP — ftygood market. tlo8->'to^ 
school and churches- Will cut up to suit 
purchaser from ten acres up. land adjoining 
held twice the price I am asking- Also 
good seventy-flvo acre farm, as a going 
concerns, ca-n — sliuw flfleeu per cent _on 
money Invested. If you mean bualpess 
write for particulars. No agents need.apply. 
Box »D3 Colonist. 

IT^OR SALE— SMALL ACREAOE "OVER- 
. looking Co-wlchan Bay. opposite hotel. 
A splendid location for fishing and shooting 
box.' Easy terms. For price and partlcu- 
i ars. P.O. Box 785. - 

KEAD THIS — FOR SALB OFF THE 
Burnside road, close to Portage iillet 
and proposed line, IT acres atr $300, a anail».' 
Hoim-es. Burnside greonhuuses, birawberry 
Vale. P.O. 11 
■' 1 ., I. Il l'''; 

SMALL, FARM— SOUTH 8AANICH. -fH 
miles from Victoria on main road.^JS 
acres, pretty six rpomed bungalow, recently 
painted Inside and out. spring water on 
house, barns, stables, five chicken housee. 
too fruit trees, 1,000 strawberrleB. kltch«n. 
garden, all small fruit's, about six a:cr.is In 
oats and peas and seeded down' to clover 
and grass. 60 chickens, ducks, three Incu- 
bators, broodiers, good family cow, and a 
quantity of farm Implcmenta A genutns 
going concern. $2,000 takes Immediate pos- 
session. '' Price $7,000. 10 years to pay tha 
balance. Apply J. K., Colonist pfflce. 

,1 I „4- - '■ " " ' ' ' — ' L I .. I- I i HI C > 

BXAt. ESTAT» 






NTER.N'ATIONAL E.MPL01MENT AOEN- 



strecl Vant'ouver. B.C., Phone 6486. If you 
need good reliable Help you must get them 
from a- reliable man- -whose reputation , -will 
bear strict Investigation.' ' 



REMOVAL NOTKI^E — B. C. HARDWABSJ 
Co., Ltd.. have removed their farm Im- 
plements, buggies, wagons, etc., tp,c 78S 
Johnson street, east of Douglas street. 



t'olonlst. 



\v 



7A.NTE1J— ASSUSTANT NCRSB, FOP 
Kelowna Cottug't- .Hospital, salary »30_ 
montli, ittwte iiuailfleutlons, testimonials,'- 
experi.^nce and age. , Apply to secretary. 
Box 61). Kelowna. B. c , ' • 



rilTANTEnS-^WOMA.N' TO. CARE FOH 
VV baby and do light housework; woUld 
like her to go to Kanuoops, for winter.' 
•Vpply e2» Andrew spvei, corner James, 
• venlngs.; Victoria 'West. ' . . ,' 



ITITANTED A NURSERY GOVER.NB8S 

VV Apply Mrs. J- S. M MaiBon. Mount 
Adelaidt,, l-Jsqulmalt. between the hours of 
11 ani. and 1 p.m. • 



$25 per, month. I The B. C. Land and In- 
vestme-nt Agi'ncy, Ltd. 



TO UET— FUANISHED ROOMS. 



ri-HJ-^.fcT— NICELY FURNISHED FhONT 
X robniB, use of bath and phone; close In. 
Apply 871 MW-'lure slfeet. 



T' 



HE FAM ILY DONKEY— 1 HAVE' A 
good hvalthy donk.T - for saW ' which 
._ .rll-used to children; a good saddle, 
bridle, and halter travels with the. v»''ty 
of rt*ie second part. The^^BxchanKC, 718 
F'ort street, phone 173T. 



K' 



CQ). 



OFFICE- 180S 



INtiHAM, J. & 

BROAD St. Coal delivered to any part 
of the city at current ratys. Phone «47. 
Wharf, foot of Chatham S t -^ - 

1'1»A INTER, J. E.~& SONS — COAL„ WOOD 
and bark of llne.»t quality at current. 
rates. Try 'our new and specially prepared 
nut coaia Phone 686. Offtca DU Cormor- 
ant Bt. • . 



MARRIOTT .& p:ELLOWS— REAL Es- 
tate, loans, timber, mines and. rentals. 
Of (Ices "Vancouver, New Westminster and 
.Victoria. «la Trou nce Avenue . Pho ne 845. 

OTTs! HOWARD JL ^.— REAL Es- 
tate, Financial and Timber agenta In 
business In Victoria, 'for ovej-. twenty ycara 
office 636 Fort slree't. 



CREAMERIK-I AND p.AIBlES 

► OYAL DAlR'y -CREAMERY, BUTTER, 
let cream, milk and buttef-mllk; re- 
liable fo r r|iml liv and purity. Dairy 1110 
Douglas Bt , or Phoile ISSi 



ir 



DRAYMEN 



HEANKV, JOSEl'H — OF 
Btreet."- T e I f p ltono — 174.- 



Victoria; truck 
TtWphoUrS'' IS. • 



AND DRAY CO — 



DYE WORKS 



TRACKSELL, ANDERSON ft CO.— REAL 
estates, tMAbt-r loans, rentals, collections 
Offices: Reglna. SasU-. and Victoria, B. 0. 
Office: 1210 Brood St. Phone 1728. ' 



8AIXJIIAKEBB 



JEUNE * BRO-, SAIL^fAKERS. TENTS, 
awnings, camp furniture. , Warehouse 
670 .Tolmson St. Phono 'iSS. ' 



F 



,^OR HALE— TWO GOOD IIORSBS, $176" 
and $125. J 51.6 Douglss street. 

fc- - ,1, .-.'H I 



8 



1l<i» K.>. WOATK i-UU SALfc; CHEAP- 
Apply I. V. Cooper. P. O. .Bj"x 161 'City. 



I.-^OR SALB— BIX AIRDALB TERRIEH 
' puppies; pedigreed stoiik. For prlc-s 
and furlher Information write Robert H. 
Leach. Britannia Bea ch, JB- C 

TANTED— ABOUT 20 YOUNG PIGS 
two or .three months old; .delivered 
In Victoria; lowest rash ' price Jo F C. 
Jones, French I Cr ^ek P . O- _, 

I'thJr SALE— BAY OELDINO, SMALL 4- 
. wheel dog cart with rubber tires, and 
light 2-wheel cart. Apply capt. Tookor, 
Corfleld, Pcist,. Olllce. ' 



VV 



union wages. 



X erators wanted 

chines, «i«lttJiour day, - v- 

gliincrs taught. APPly Turner "cft'^n & Co.. 

factory corner of Bastion and W hAtf^streeiB 

Vi.-tori^r- -,•-- ' ' ' ' "-• 



« MACHINE OP- 
Itci i' to poWer ma- 

lon wages. Berrd 



ANTED— DRBSb'MAKlNG ' APPRENTI- 
coS. Apply Mra Angus. 3rd floor 
gjwBCi'.r's . 



w 



W^-v 



A.NTED— DRESSSMAKI.Mi APPJlENTI- rpO LET— FURNISH fcD itOOM. MODERN 



'ccs. Apply Miss McMillan, 5rd^f4««*^ --JL , ^Vw lioUBe. braaktasi it desired. 321 



Bpcncer s ._ 



BITUATIONH WANTED— MALB 



EXPERIENCED TRA\i;LER AND SOLI- 
ellor, lifetime e^tperieni, e., requlK-S sit- 
uation; any capacity. Apply Uox 3tf« Ctjlo- 
nlst, • . 



OF ANY 

I'.'.x 8l» 



YOIINO MAN WANTi 
kind oV' as night " 

CoHmls t. 

A M ARRl E0 MAN KKsl K !•>! WORK AS'twHarr-, 
Z\. caretaker or Jarm 



1*iAQ STANLEY' AVB.VUE, PHONI 
.XOUi/ Ri641. Corhfortabty furnished 
rooms; board 'o-ptlonai;- ■ lej-ms Inoderate. 
cioBu In;' electric light and bath.. .Mra 
McAndreW. ' , 

IGHT IN TOWN. , oNE BLOCK FROM 
, city hall, tine, large newly furnished 
front rooms, slbgle or double. $6.50 month 
up. Electric light, balh and phone, 720 
FIsguard s treet, near Douglas. 



S^ 



TUMP PULLERS AND ANY TOOLS RK- 
qulred fol- land clearing, logging, etc. 
Free trial. Prices and t(»rm8 apply The Du- 
crest Stump Puller and Toi?l manufacturers. 
•466 Burnside' rood. Victoria B. 'C. 



REMOVAL NOTICE — THOMAS CATTBB- 
all, bu|l<|er and general cotitractoi". has 
removed to bill Fort street, above Quadra. 
Tfel 820. 



Uha.'.- 



"JUl ' "" '! 



i!lUBT.V.BLV FURSJI&lUiUJ 



i:po L 

JL froirr , riitil il g ivlth usi ' i ' f hltc l un ' ir ' m 



quired. 328 .VllchlHan street, James Bay. 



rpo LKa"— FURN1)9HED, LA RUB DOUBLE 
-t room with ivery <-onvtni«nce, 860 John- 
son sir^jULU; phniie l|a06.' 



Michigan Btr»,-<-t, phone R237 



rpo LET — NICE SUNNY ROOMS, REAM^ 
X' onable rates. Hotel Canada, ,1318 .Broad 
street, pho'ne,L3»l 



rpo LET — LARliE CO.VIFORTABI.B BEI.>- 
X silling room, extra bedroom If required. 
UBfi of kitchen, bath, efectrlc light, quiet, 
pleasant house -on car line' Mrs- Walker, 
city limits, EsqutniBlt road- Phone, R162'. 

U'^UR.VISHKD ROO.V1S TO LET. 414 MEN- 
slea iltrceL Two mlnuitS from C.P.R. 



GREEN HOXIBES— -FLAT BOTTOM BOATS, 
long ladders, stepr, meat safe, dog 
bouses In' stook and made to order. Jones. 
Capital Carpenter and Jobbing Factory, 100} 
Vancouver aQd Tates atreeL 



B. C. REALTY COMPANY 

62-3 Trouj^c? Avenue 



Phone 2443 



CHOICE INVESTMENT— TWO FURNISHr 
' «d cottages. Pandora avenue. Price 
$-6,(l«fl^ easy terms- These are retit*d^ tor 
$70 per month, which Is 12 per cent net on 
tho Investment- 



s 



EVEN- ROOM Bi:NqAl.OW; 



FOR SALB— MISCELLANEOUS 



T>OR SALE — ONE NEW WILHAMS 

■X Drop l<*ead sewing machine, . only been 
used two months; will, sell cheap as owner 
is going east; a snap. Apply at 941 Pau- 

dura. street. /___ , 

1"3o R .« A LE — M OT<5r IIaVNCH, THE 
••Gladys." 18 fj'ot long; a.Iraost 'pci^-; in 
(irnt rlnee cmdltloh- .Viip+y t aretaker-. Oak 
Bnv boat house. , '• 



?-uLLr 

modern; a swell liuK> home in best 
part of the.cltv; two minutes' walk from 
OaU Bay car- Price $3.750 ; terms- ■■ 

rpWO-STOREY FULLY MODERN HOPSB 
X on Harrison, street; every m'odern coh- 
venlence; handeomel^ decorated; fine 
grounds' with bearing fruit- trees. Price 
.$4,500: easy terms. 

WO HA.ND80ME COtTAGE.'' ON SUT- 
lej street; two minutes' walk from tho 
car; houses are mode.rn In every '^ay and 
contaiji every ronverrlen're ; lots are 52x1*0; 
either will make a splendid home. Price 
$3,750;' cash I.''i0-o, balanr-o as rent. A 
pleasure to sho.w ynu 

, ' 'i~ ^. Ti.o'rsr '. " 

FOtTR SPLENDID LOTS 
.slrei!>t, sll 
v.ery easy. 



ISO fvOxl.16, Price 



?^^ 



JHIOR_ 
0; ^tennt 



I>ORTLANl> CANAL MINING STOCK. 
1031 shares at 34c. O. B-. P. 6. IJox 

3f>S. , 



|-»+«qt4>il4T— FOIW'IKISI — ^ANJ3 — 

1' stomps for Bale; for particulars apply 

Hnx 322 .Coli'inlBt J, 

fii i , 

."iUlTABLB FOR 
oolropm, ten Stops; ,kne<' 
swell; —good maker; perfect condition. 
Pricn $45 Can be Seen at 114 Dallas R oad, 
K Frumptnn. 



THREE FINE I.OTS, COK.NER . KINGS 
road HiiarsBraTTaiVi' stroeC "FHC* , $785 
each. These are a Bnap: terms fasy^ 



Ty> Y^ 

X-' nesi 



.L VOt R BpSl- 
If so see, us; •we Kave buyers 



CRY BROKERAGE 

1218 Douglas -St., uppuflliu Merchants Bank 



VM ERIC AN ORG A.N. 
home, or schr 



any light 



RTteNClL AND SEAI, ENGKAVINO 



GENERAL ENGRAVER AND STENCIL 
Cutter. Geo. Crowther, 13 WharX. SL. 
behind post Ornce. ', -/M I'^.k- 

' . . ■■ ,, ^ i , ' ,i i„,^ , ^ ,, . .., ;, ., . ,.- 

SANP AND ORAVEI. 



t^OH 



u. 



C. SAND * GRAVEL c6,-^FOOT -OF 

->joh»it>on-- s , t. Tri . .» 5 8 ,- -%naliea and 



HALE— 8 ■* - Y E A R - OLD 
bugiry ai>d harness in first class c 
tfltlon (cheap,) Apply CoJvlUu Koad, cor 
Phoenix street. . ■,,' , . 



graded sand; gravel for coiif-rete work. .. De-. 
Uvftred tiy team or oa' scows at Rpyol Bay; 

il l ll l l I I I ' < ' a ■ 1 _ l i .1 1« 11 I i«i I I . J 

" SHORTH ANI» ^ 



Be. STEAM DYE i. LAR- 

. gesl dyeing and < a Tn Vhe 

province. Country ori. ,i lied. ' Tel. 

20(i. J. C^RpnfreW,_j.: ""- 

AIJL'S STEA.m'dYB -WOHK.S — 318 *-ORT 
street. We clean, • press and repair 
ladles', and gpatipmcn's garments equal to 
new. Phono 624. . ■ 



CJHORTHAND 8C1100I-, -liOS BROAD ST.: 

-?^ — VTr-rorla. Shorthand. Typewriting. 

! Ing, Telegraphy thoroughly, taught. 

-1 flu good positions. K. A. Mac- 

principal. ■ ' 



T.-^OR SALB=— IMPORTED ENGLISH RB 
X trl-.ver dog" (good pedlgreei. al)»o Bng- 
I'lsh gun. best makfer. ..Must sell, leaving 
tho countr y. P. O. Box 040. ' ■' 

POR SALE, •IIBAVY XHD 

.\ppiy 1219 'coAlf. • 



HORSEf 
Ukht. 



HOR.SB. 

,on- 

corner 



jpORSALI 
J. . sll ire .III 



SALE— ONE' aOOTl. latrTET BIRK- 
Vallt i D l '-^U," — MM» — y iVars. 



old. price $25, f. o. o. 
"Island. _ • -' ■ . 



^ 



OrJ'rtlTOcr, Peridei' 



BCAVKNOIN^ 



UVE WOIM" 

■ ' bim.f'.'_l-Uj_ 
, iTts cleaned: ■ 



\''ICT(.)HIA 
' .rv-t.-s"-' 

itrjd Gentlemi 
^^^BajgCEBJ^ANI*: & ELEtriUC BITPI.H^.S ^,j^.^. 

'"l-ltlCA-L CON^-'TAv 
^ftiHoUnn engliiesi 



FOO'I^ -*•—')' 
trftcfors. 
I'hone A-llli' 

A\^'KI^■.'^ 
1-:: 

earrleil, IiimI^ 
attended \o . 



I7\ LINES Jf ARDS- OLKANED; IfiiST- 
U. dence 42S Cook- St. Phone 1T99. - 

1 WENGING CO.. OFFICE 

\ Merit BtreeL Phone 462. 

ABlieB and nibblBli removed. 



WTANTKD to: EXCHANGE— TRAINED 
■W Irlsti settif dog (4»uUgree) for'^spbrt- 
iiig rifle In good condition:; n,ut.'Jitia,tie_,p.r?.- 

f .-rred. Apply ,214 .('o ionl st, 
f,^)R- ii.\LF,— AA-YKAltl-OLD BAY OSLD- 
V lug 'iiroiiert iQ saddle; make n Bplptidli^ 
buK.nv horse; 16 hajfids,; als<) a youn g Hack- 
o,-v' i.nv colt. .15 months; lifts a niilking of 
line anim.tt(. Apply K. H. Wiliittms, 

mil. Post t 'ifeice. _ , ■_ 

tS<.i>K MALE— BNGLlSa "swi'l'lllH i'U>»» 
X^ pics, six months' old; Lowcn property.. 

Enquire on <••■•—■ c ''..■m.h ,.'. 



work. BOX 317' Colonial 



\T^AfJTBD BY A VOINC .MAN, STEADY 

yV work.. Apply B"x 3:'n t:oioiiist. 



\tiian'^hd~<;arpenteh' work i, 
■VV 'th'e country, appk Hos 332 colon is 



IN 

Bt- 



lOlNVS 



WANTKX)— BV. 
' edut-Blion; position in . 
previous experience In N W 
references; Country prvf' ired. 
Cokvnlst. ' .. • ■ 



MA.V. GOOD 

general store; 

' T. : good 

Apply '270 



LIST YOUR Board and roomj» with 



us. Warburtu.n & Co., 1005 Qovernmeiit 



Street. 



BCSINKHS CHANCKS. 



N':tBD— A -PBItSUN WITH CAPITAL 

,|olh 'In exIrriTiely prolllaltle busl- 



WANTF.D B'Tf BXO LIS H.MAN. JOB ON 
farm; hai h^d experb nee' In Ontario. 



280 Colonist. 



01 "fSi Di:'r""T;5CuRK w a n t h; i » , * j f a .v! v 
ktjld. 911 DoUjlaS BtVert^ . 



srruA'boNS waited— female 



ON. 1700 GOV'T ST. PHONB 28, 



AlJAaiXEU— B.t-1 
Vt tlon as foir 



V 



,^OR SALl 



'f 



I 



. 1 \ I I": 



\Nn wnnf'to! «rNo 



AL PURptJSE 

■ t i.av ni.ir-. it 1160; wtJHi 

TTTTiitne: , Apply ivfi«r « ^. m. C*mp- 

iuni'in? p. < I ■ 



'ivr. 



K- HAYWOOi • .. 

; i, Inrtsi"- all luims ni mippileH 
!, 1:1.1ns and rep.^'IrB promptly 
I : I . H tiiDderate. Phone ''643., 



EMPI 



I 



I 



liUREAU 



w 



glajS.h and glazing 



OF 



T,-tVKHy DESCRIPTION 

XU Plate. Hbeet, priematlo, qrnamentjil. 



^, nd ^a, e tc. 



Xbo .Mclroae 



GLASS —■' 
rnament{Ll, 

Co.. Ltd., CIS Fort 



;i02.'l Wll r , FOOT 

if Va;i,si; eoinmlRalciii. .smratfc, ware- 
houiTTfig, mannfncturer'B agent and,IIo'nd| 
No. 10. Phonu 3i)4. P. O. Box 408. "—" 



u. 



"arair' 



„ „. -- Teei oTITftor space. "A p p b* 

1701* GUV 1 ST. PHONK 23. Us T'. t«li V»*" P^f-^-Wny 



S^ 



TORA'GE AND WAREHOV-SING — 19, 000 

W- W. Dun- 



.^OR. HAl. 
App'v ' 



FRB.SH COWS 



1^ _ 

liKoH . IIT AND HEAVY 

X^ ' hr.i^-n year's' old. «I80 a good 

pony- J. <.i; McKay. IC^'at ln*. P. O.. Snanlch. 

TO" TCEm ■■■""■'""' 



"XTOTTNG-^WOMAN " (>"'uTC4ii • VVlHHK.Sf 
X situation as nursn-y .'fi- seWlng. maid. 
Apply Box ■ ."tlS.-<''rtIon'lsl, ■ 



ri..\PEiMKNCED HTB.M>iiRAl.MIJ5R_W'JJ'l' 

tiul>BtU-Ut<?'-ot^-y» h «' , p <. n iia:ie nt plac e . 336 

Colonist. . ' ' . 1 



W 



om'panUin or companion ^help 
In prlvajto' family. F.xc,'llwu_ references. 
Apply Box 331. " .^ . . • . ' • -'. 



,»V to. .. 

tlpsa In .which large prodls Can be made 
ydthout risk- References— irKeh. Investi- 
gate. Address '- L, A. Thomas.. 602 BUs- 
wyrlh street, Brlllngham, Wash. 

fj^oit' SALB— THE Go'oDVVnTL 'aND 

X oontents of a 20-ri.om board ami lodg,- 
Ing h6n«|e. |oc«le'd within five ininUTpS fir 

i-^iH pimi' oHlce',; baa -a sp l eh d l d _coj«)<i<w4, 

and Is always 'fully occupied. ,\ 'Bplendlil 
opportunity , for someone to •nter this line 
i,f buBllH'BBg- at- «... A'er.N rt a»or».;(bijj_(.'H>81. 
Appiv H c. Land &- lTive8liii,'ni .■VB.-niy 



].,tOR SALE c'lIJSAP IF TAKEN -AT ONCE. 
large quantity rieli top soil. Apply to 



Dr. 



large q 
Harlman. 



loop *i -«.ok, street. 



PROPERTY WANTED 



\\^ANTEl>— FOUR T<J FIVE ACRES OP 
VV bnsh land ; muBt lie cheap.;' nelglibor- 
hood of O-ordcn H,-(»d or Cordova Buy. 
HnrmnM Xr Aprileiun. 534.1 Yates street. 



\\TAN'TKD A 

SlV lot iM- CA'o vacant lots on eAsy terms. 
Box 30. Colonise 



$2,100 

almost 



BUYS GOOD 5. ROOM COTTAGE ' 

close, to ear; excellent garden, 
now; easy' K-rms 



<fi 1 *>Ai'^ m'VS. A FIRST CLASS 6-ROOM 
qP*x»««''U house, good garden and fruit 
trees; thoroughly modern and close to Hlsh 
S<-hool and car. 



S4J50 



BUV.S (.»E OF THE BEST, 

planner!' h'luaes In the r1ty, 8- 
large rooms and good basement :. large 
closets in all bedrooms, th* most rtistldlous 
woulil be plf'naed. within' half mile of city, 
hall, 



©/• l\l\(\ BUYS GOOD 8-R05M HOUSS 
3rU,UUU ti.i-itT'^ ffiundanoa: cemerit floor: 
good Kni;drri' and fh^<X<- IT. es. ort Ih" bett ,- 
port, of tjak Bay avenue, about olve-thlrd- 
acr.e of land ^^ 



4 1 

' V -'"4 



property. 
Oak Bay- 



EXCHANGI? 
t>erty 

Phonu R2319, lOSu 



WANTEDi— TO ,. ,- 
Im'prov'-d Saanlch prot>erty for Victoria i 



36 



aCre.s 

orin 
Hulton St,, 



SCOTTISH REALTY CO. 

loner ^lock, — -'-- 
next bank. 



RoAm" 8. Challoner _ 



Tates street. 



1■^(JR SALE^A PAYING ROOM INC 
u houst". A'pply fiJl .SImcoe (Street. 



ROO.MJNU HOUSE AT LADYSmITH. 1* 
roorits. -Jtlric* ^M'OO, th^ee year lease, 
rent $20 per month., Rdom 3, 715 Yates 
Bireet. ' 



\ MIDDLE- 
ji:X eiiercelie and •|horouKhiy domesticni.ed ; 
good iie'eill-w.r.nian; wonlil like a poBltion Iri 
gentleman's fumlly -where- help Is Blvpn. 
Apply Hox 2!>!i I'olonlBl 



hi. 
?! 



is>i'r,> 



TABLE MIDDLE-Aafitr "WtT 
wishes -poult Ion nii working 
■ or genei'iij servant, coun-tty 

'•'""-■•"•■ ' ■ " -.nisJL , 



TEAS AND cm III 

ONHiBit- 'fci-' ill. •■- 

Ltd., ,PembroHo street. \ n lona. 
phone ,89T. ' , 

TIMBER. LANDS, ETC. 



■,LP. 
lele- 



HABBVVARK 



T5R.,0»,_S.-<^--*To-HARnWARE A-1<ID 

X ttgrlcullural 
Johrtlifln and G<i' . ' 

L Ltd Iron, steel. ha^dwarP, cut cry, 

Btreet. VIetorItt, B. ' 



.i'-u 



J.! JiaOWNBIGD. TLM^BR 
rilnihg. 0«1«»7-Jmperlftl -hotel. 



UNI) ti H r \ K I NO AND EMBA LIWINO 



80 



■iiirt 34 Yntes 



tJtfBbtioy Simp— 4liBlfit<«*tJ.?i*— fs ntrovtglf 



FUNERAL FtnlNISHINO 'CO.. 101 1! 
2235. 2236 ',2287, 2238, 
2239. Prompt attention. Chas. Hayward, 
Pres.; A. Hayward, 80c. ; ,F. Casalton, Mgr. 



B"C. FUNERAL J 
. Gov't SL Tf>l. 



\\T J, HANNA, UNDERTAKER — PAR 
1 V . If-rs f'2'j Tntes fit. Orir<liK»te U. f* 
.-.:'-.:.• of .E in 1) a lining- Contractor lo H. M 
:,.i-. , i.nflco p^otie 11)8, ReB, ph.jno 611. a 



rl^^.) UL.NT — NICE priTl 



I 

Apply Wtr^^ Bownns 



n 1 ' 



r Iri^^'OUR, BOARD AND ROOMS WITH 
Xj us. Wafburton ft Co., 1005 Government 



street. 



T0 RENTOR FOft SAXE— mClC FIVE 
roomed cottage, bath and clectrlo IlKnt. 
One m»nuie from car. — 4,ot 00x120. 133 
Adelaide street: Apply Owner, P.O. Box 

848, ' ' , : •, , 

rno i.K'f— ROOMS and office, apply 

X to 710 Fort street, near Dougl*)S St. 



VETERINARY SniOOLS 



£NaN rRA.VClSCO VETERINARY COt.- 
C5 lege Cat:}lngvie mailed , f r^e- Dr. 

Keanc, 1818 Market slroot. S.F. 



' i)MA;,N . DBSIRE! 

Kr 111 mh.Hil; . xet-'llerit muSic and 
Gertnnn ;(er,ulr«Kl ahritoff. 2l? 1 Colonist. 



HP. MM KB RE80RT8 



•i^ 



^T" 



JPL,ENDID OPENl.NO FUR A SOBER l.N- 
c<'!Idu«lrlous ' blacksmith and woe^dworier, 
... wly bulll .shop will be ri>nt,>d lo Ill's, right 
person For further partittu lni s ap p l y t o L 

F^'OR SALB— LAUNDRY AND LO T t>N 
, SImcoo str..et, block 20. lot 20 trl4hm« 
a haoc. Pri ce 18,700., Apply 1709 Gov't Bt. 



«OOM AND BOABD< 

f-\ OOD^JffllZLHU AND ROOM FOR TWO 
vX young men 



JIKAKI£U~.0ltI8CELI.ANEO(;8 



iH4 



ACRE.';', half mile 



rpo 



■THE CITIZENS OF ,VICii'ui\ 
I- N'unii-B and addreBBes Wapted ,of I'ri'B- l-i-rr'.AJ-^I'BiS, 
lieell\e B.'lil. ra jimL lionie-buyj^rs now llr I',} largw 
Ing In' Hi'lllBli Isles and . Canada. I'letise 
Bend nniiPB to Vatiiciujver Island Develop- 
nleht League. • '534 Br oi r ghtwu 'street, Vic- 
toria. — -Literature am) full lnform«tlon-|-^; 
sent tr< all nam. a furnished. 



esfi^ont: fln'?' 
Bttnuv beach; all fiue land: has 
1^H<rf*4^-Bnd If a Ore was run inrtMigh 
a flne »hee.> or cattle pasture, 
te sale;— TT't'^e 43,000; '/d cash.. 



mill niak 
,r InuneOIS 



\\Xjr-LD KXCH.VMlE. $2,000 INTEREST 
VV In 320 .quragT-seliM-ted' prii irle. Alberta,, 
tor first cIMsB Improved orTrcherwISe- fruit 
acreage vicinity Victoria Wodld j^y bal- 
ance In cash, Bo.x .124 Colonlst- 



01ANOPURTE 
X lady , t,i>aeli 
piano playing, 
227 Cblonfst- 



Pl PILS — rrRSTlfSpt; "BY 

er; 'aI»o cm-tHgenatwIK) in 

accoiiip.xnlmenisi,, e^i i^^dx 



1039 Pandora si 



LI 4 8 7. 



T>OARD A»ND -RoOM. 162 Menslcs Street, 
13 tim mlntites fr<Hn post office, ~" 



Prieer 



niiidr.rnte'. 



-T-^niEP nrVE, cowichan bay, boari 

XJ and rooms nvn«lHblu for ,t,ho 8»+«>-' 
Ilahing BPoaon. Apply S, Dlgliten. 

X'ENArvisTA HOTEI,, 
tinder new manaKeiiient 
bathing and fishing- Hotel 
trains at "Cowlchon BtaUim I 
T. L. Forrfsl. Corfleld i 



cowichan^bay 

Kiiod boating, 
iininice iii''-"la 

: !. rTn,*l 1 Pli'y 



ti^ffSNieH«D ROOMS .XND BaAUD— 

-X3 Vfim forlabl e ^htrfn irr-he s t En g -n s h .„codlt- 

'}tie 1«SV Qiindr^j street. cloB<- to Pandoja 

1, ■ five minutefc' .'walk Iroiu 

, phortir LH'IO. A • 

111,, I 

s 



.1 K.-' 

!.- LJ6I6., 



-irr»-prT 



COURTNEY (LATB RA.B) 
looTTvond board; terms 



Jl'jor 



IF you WISH^TO DISPOSB of 'JfO'UR 
iluw or theology, books; drop; me a cnrd 
aoa—L .will -ciill- on you. I will be In Vic- 
toria .xmtiL J, roonth. Edwin J. Ualioway, 
new aJi'a"~oTa*^T55'tC store. 782 GfjpvVlTT-r-gr:,^ 
Vancouver. ' — cs , ' " 



36 ACRBiS ClVLTlVATEl). 
(V)"'~|arg» barn, will bib. l" l^ti Ions nny: 
6-room house; lanfe Irout '^■«'"'« .^."i"* 
tht^ongh property; suttfon on oWo cornsr, 
fine' bottom land. A ftne dairy farm. 



OA ACREi^, 8 a:cRBS -CULI'U'ATRD; 40 
oU aoreS good lm'j<;r. Land Is a d"*P 
black lonm. Brt^emopt. -bftrn. c>»«=^*',; 
I-ouse and jther bdlidng*; well fpnc^d, 3. 
k?'" » slashe d. Prir - t^,.,','.*; S2,0«0 cSHl,, 



"well 

ging and comxgta wbr'k. R. ^Alcxan- 

der,j--e&40 Third street. > ^ 



rirA;^TEli— EXCAVATING, Well r lo- 

V-V ging 1 



BAOGAGB PROMPrnT HANDLED AT 
current rtite« by the Victoria Tran ifer 
Co., Phone 129. ' Office open night and^'Ca.v. 



BUCKLAND PARK, V 
and, Seaside sum 
guests 'taken. Rates i 
Grimmer. 

iRHAVARAOH — KSq! 

road. ., large ginr<len,,.U«;£»wj."' 
ed. iieHr Ben. cin, car line. '" 
ale. Phutie L726. 



517 

, . . , .'. rllomen' 

iinnagement. -la p 
itlflo table board 



•:.MRN1 

u ri'l.'l- 



\X7ANTBD— TO PURCHASE. OLD M A- 
W hoguny furniture, clocks, grandfatl er 
clocks, coins, stamps, etc A- A. Aaronst n, 
85 Jo hnson street, ' 

ANTED— scrap' BRASS, C OP P B X 
zinc. lead, cast Iron, sacks and 
of bc«tles"Fr>d" rubber; highest easi 

paldT ^•'^'— •'°.„, v-lmik A gi-noy. 1''.2) 

street. Plume 1386. 



HERBERT S, LOTT 

Phono Ell 22 4 Boai-;d ot Triide Bldf. 

«?'' KflA— >W 8- ROOM MODBBiK HOITSE 

»mV).«i>lnJ on^car line, oloso tn Bttton 
ptrrkT' fuit i ia ee .and hasenient. 



Hill 



THE GLOBE REALTY CO. 



P.oom 7. JJnliwii Lllk. 



11 



li UuvM n merit SL 
,T«I. 1(18. 



w 




li 



XOAD, 
Bltuat- 



V ale. Ang..! ll'iL 
poslte i-onii lioUBe. ■ 



i.,'ii-,(iii y 



,H- 
op^ 



^T^t^'tld^^'j Subscribe for THE COLONIST ISubscribe for THE COLONISV 



\ K T mi ' M- JEWELERY. DIAMONDS, E,N- 
J\. gravings and ipiclures boughi and- sold. 
Mrs. A. A. Aaronson. 8S Jotmson street 



n r •,' . ' I '' 1 l.r R l,A)T8 IN JAM K? 
i:.n, , racing Ontftrld and 
.MIeblRnn stre. t. near MontSf-nl street. 



M t">:M) 



BUYS A FlILST CLASS BUILD- 

Ihg and dwelling and two 

1,, IB, corner of_ OoyerjiUI?"! «Ad Niagara 

Btveeti?. - -'rhl*-l«~«--Bn»''- 

—-^ ^^_ LAfD 

mllea I rom eii> 
v 1 >d; Kstwejand bern. 



$6,500 



•V'>t')\iyf four 'TT 



h*llj, with 



* 



!. , 



-^Twaatftfy, August 16, 1910 



VICTORIA DAILY CX)LONIST 



17 



CONDENSED ADVERTISING 

MEAI. JfcJITATB— tCo«t.» 



BRITISH/ AMERICAN TRUST 



Comor 



COM TAN Y. 
Broad and 



l.TI). 
View Street*. 



F 



AIRFIELD ESTATE — nOlBl.E 'OB- 
nrr on car Iln6. fl.900. on term*, over 



two y«>ar». 



DOUBLR lORNKR ON TOOK 
a. «ood buy at IS, 350; easy 



/"10RNER OPPOSITB 
*^ park. |1,60(K tartni. 



BEACXJN 



STRKKT. 
trriiii 
T 



7 



LEE AND FRASER 

BiMal Katate and Inaiirance Asenta. Trounce 
Afrnue. 



S4500- 



-WU.T. PURCHASE A 
rooinid, inoJurii liouae on 



SIX 

CMar- 



|1200 



(jXLy. FOB TWO OOOD LOTS 



Ml' Montreal ,«tri.-ct. 
--roH~A. FIVlTllOO? 



inKi". rloui? In. 



noo.vrE.D' COT- 

on (^ollln«iiii SI 



$4000 



-WILL BUY. TWO LOTS (JN 
, KItvifston atreel. a'goocnvuy. 







MEMKfe CJANA.WAN MIHINO 

iKSTlTUTE^ GBEtNV/UL 

OLD MEDA.L\5T NOBTH" ING ■ 

LAND m3TlTUTr<"MlNIN&- 

EN&INEfR? 190H 



$5250":: 

modern In 

iT500 



KLY-~FOn . 
I b\lti*?ul"w 
(■viTv rrfl;)*ft 

• SUll. A. L( H'. 
on llarblnKir 



SEV'ICN 



Uni iM- 



il P 



■- — ' j:'±.L''J!K'^'''i|' "l-' -i:iitJ.i-^^i^ 

•w Ki vfv r- t-'^t ' .vrrn-^ — >_, 



ni«. > 

'hil£ 



D. MclNTOSH 

Real iCatalo uiid I inuii< iut .Vicrnt. 

Malion lilUir., inMi-rii incut, ,*^ircei, \'lctorla 

n. C. Irleplioiiu IHD. 



A' 



Lr, Mr)i'')KU,.N' s-iuio.vi 

John Ktrf ct, lot 1)7 fict 
TSlSoo; ti-rma. 



HOt'SE! ON 
f rontagp'-i— (Mvl-y.. -.b.'.' i 
If, 'ill 



SEMI 
Thl 



MODKR.N . S-nuOM 
rd. sirpet, only (1,850; 



HOf.SK 
terms. 



(IN 



C, H. RICHARDSON - 

616 Kiiri Slifi-t, Room 4,,t.p»talr« 

FERNWOOI) HOAl>— SIX-ROOM Hl)l-SK. 
1500 <aah. balance as rent Ht 7 por cent. 



JX^-X. P«r 



Mdo cutfiv li«l«.nc« H* month- 



DOT'O-LAS STREET BUNGALOW. SIX 
rooms. thrcc-quar»cr« acre. J2.500; cash 
1900, balance 6, IS months at 7 per crnt. • 



'DTTART* BTREET, VICTORTA ^ ^vrinlT 

two Binrey house, $3,000; cash J900, bal- 
ance tn suit. ^^^^ 

AIRFIKr.n ESTATE. NEAR CAR LINE 
— 011v« street, four lots each 60x120. 
00 •arh; oaah »100 nt 110 month. 



E^ 



F 



A 



BLOfK OF EIOHT LOTS NEAR DAL- 



t4xlSi. 



I road, on Moss street, each lot 
Price l«,400; average $550 each. 



Il 



HiNKSQW 

r. r. 



SIDDALL & SON 



rpWO LOTS IN BUntjBITK, »«76 BACH. 

-*■ "i* , ' ■ ■• - ■ ' , .■ • 

WO LOTS CLOSE TO nCJOk." STREKT, 
»1B0 each. ■ ' , 



C. ARTHUR REA 

Real Estate. Insurance, Moniy lo Loiin, Etc 
Phone 1621. Law Chambers Uastldn St. 

I.->ARM LANDS— lMPROVF>D, WILL . EX- 
chaagre ^ood (arms. In Manitoba; (or 
city properly. , Several Victoria homes tor. 
■alo ,&t r«cutpj[iablfl prices AAc^ternu.... ~ 



NOTICE 



Be Catit. 



B. v.. 



3 ■ 

:'xk' 



119 

per at 

XTICE 
-> II 



Box l/T Naw pran4 Thsatr* BuUdlns 
T*L it*. 

ACRES WITH NICE -^AJEBFTldNT 
Saanlch Arm, near Mill Bay, 150 

acre. ^ 

LOT, DALLAS ROAD^_ ^3x120; price 
.386, terms to, suit purchaser. 



A. WILLIAMS & CO.. LTD. 

:«« VMOO aUMi. rb«as U88. 

ROAD, 



80 : 

11.200 



ACRES FACINO ON MAIN 



cheap. 



20 



LOTS AT IJ50 PER LOT. HIOH. PBT. 
line view, good land. 



s 



EVfeNTY ACRE.1. WITH GOOD COT- 



••ven miles from city, good roadi. goo* wat- 
er, nice location, ijheap H.OOO. 



OF SOIU 
Ixousa and 
outbuildings, considerable stock, four miles 
from city. JIB, 000, good terms. ," 



FARM— 34 ACRES, FINEST 
cleared, under crop, good 



T 

buildings. 



NEARLY 
all cleared, nice new house, good out- 
bargain at tS.SOO. 



HIRTE^N ACRE3,"nNE SOU. 
ared. nice n 
ond orchard. 



THE CAPITAL CITY REALTY 

CO.MP.V.V^'. 

K«al Estate Financial and Insurance Agents 

Phone il6i 618 Vafes street. 

TW EL \- E B E A UTI FUL """^'OffSfr~*-ALL 
high and dry> close to Douglas car 
line; price $4,000; quarter cash, balance 
to suit. Lots around t+rls dllstrlct selling 
from $60b to liiOO each. Investigate. 



Bftward Barkley, 
ceased." 
All pefsons haviriK ilaltns af^aln'st the 
estate' of Captain Edward Barkley, R. new ininlns, 
N., deceased, late of W'estholme, B.-C, -the-IdltaroX 
are required to .send-rpartlculars, -sluly 
verified tliereof to Messrs. Crease & 
Crease. 621 Fort street. Victoria. B. C, 
on or before the 3l8t day of At^gust. 

1910. 

r>ated the 30th ^^v of Jtilv, A. D. 1910 
(Signed) — _■_ 

GEX)FFREY BARNARpTSTON. 

Executor. 




CAircEr.z.ATio»r or heseste. 



"""NOTICE Is hereby Klven that the re- 
serve existing upon the lands embiviced 
in special Timber Licences Nos.- 28962. 
28963 alid 28964. situated i;? Goldstream 
District, is ciancelled,. and that the said 
lands will he open for location under 
the provisions of the Land Act at mid- 
night on October H, ,19.10. 

ROBERT A. RENWICK. 
Deputy Cominisslono.r of Lands. 
Lands Dept. Victoria. July 14. 1910. 



slit))mi-nt>J 
thiif 111. ■" 



inn-, 
Th.' 



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:.i \ c ln',-n lii.pi i liir,; 
,^ U- 'rrn 'el-*^U4iitl-U n-w— uj-xt 
!.;ij. jliPtii to snpp".'^*^ 

!-.<■■■ 'mil-.'- i'V" iV-7n'\'7i 




CITY OF VICTORIA 



ilUtlHllIl .•<!, ,\ Ui't ll'l|(,> Willllll ll-llll to 

■••.hIi)U>?Ii iiff" lUuli'fUil I'loiri oliavc; In 
llie liottoni^ inon> i*n Miilii when ' the 
iilmlKti i.s thtfUcf: it wijulU carry off .a 
K4:eii.Ui~iie.i:ceiiliiKt: ['!' ""at mlnfrnl; luiil 
tliiHll.v. it woiilil ill8.solvo out 



A complete list of Local Improvement, Works, authorized by Bylaw, from time to time, will b 
posted on the Bulletin Board at the main entrance to the City Hall. 



c found 



niliiiM-al.s In pi;i;f.L;rfJ.)<:<? 
fS|)i'Ciully, It', the water 
m 1 1 vjl 1 



to the 



cai-el'm pull 111 II kr 
-<MMn»rriil n?; i ■ n.i i 
distrU'i I 



tl'.rt' oit" I 
xanifup, i 
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l.-;il lli.l 

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C(>xnpanl«s/wtnaiit# Up Act. 1898. 

NOTICE 

Final nii-etlnR piirstiant to Section :19 
. b.i h(>lfl at tht' office of J. O. Klllott 
1 (!■,(' L':ird dfiy of AukubI at the hour 



I' 



Is 


S.ll, 




in ■ a 1" - 


1 <\ 


;i 1 icC.-^ 


ill. 


1 i m«M . ' 



Of ;< p 



ni. 



aci'oij til 

Kol.lM I .s 



.Ilk 



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.1 



to recplve report and pass 
f I.liruldator of the Stuart 
(.■iiini)nny, Limited. 
A STUART ItOUlCUTSOX, , 

LlcmUlalor. , 
r>atori nl \l.'!orla, IS. C., tills lil.sl day 
of July. l:'iii. 



/ 




OA>roin.x.ATioir or besebts. 



.1, 



.N'icUel r-latf al nil ' <■■ < .aim 
ill. thf liosslalKl ramp whlcli i ■ .• ■, i I'f- 
laflon whui. . thi H<>' i. k.l 

'I'lale excep . , ,iine. ' ApMM i; m its 
tmllioti, air that ilie Medley NUUel IMale 
ship.s i.s the cohcontrates, and the (Igtire 
alri-acly stated tts t^n ,6ro ' slilpment 
t'redlt^d for tli« year iS' only ^boutlht-.. 
irioiithly uinioiit o,f r onCentrntos. Should 
liui Cleat Norllicrn' persist in Hie esceH- 
aive fi eight TOT carrylttK- out ttoe con- 
centrutis whieh was indicated b^. the 
ne-.v tarljff Which they put lii" force On 
the I5th Of .July. It lo doubtful jwhethfer 
'th t\v'\vlTr 8ey-'aW|> i>ini» .a i iy. . itioro~T t )l '. ~n 
It Is »ot Improbable that full arianpro- 



ljrieftts~wlll'TJe^iivaiVe tor local treatfiscnt 
-of tjie concentrates -and tests have been 
under way for^awne time wlili that end 
in view. 



to Start De- 



..i ,. i.s i-iii-.iun 1 .1 1 

BlacH DlanioiKl CoUlexles 

velopme n t 4' ' ■ • "' ' • 

Air.iiiKiiri' in- liow Under' W,ay an.l 

t!\i» ciintracl' « i 



^lia&T^^ 



.• no 
..Imi'tlv he 



KOTICR Is I'ireby given thai tlic Kr- j 
servo exi.ntlnx on crown laml.s iii liir j 
vicinity of Bablne Lake, and sltuaie '" I agency ol' i 
Casslar' UlHtrlcl, notice of wlilch Li' ar- j i,y ji,g cj; n,, . 
iiig date .June ;!oih. 190S, wa.s pub 
llH,li"ed In the Hritisli CoKunbia i,;a-/-i;tie 
ciu'ed July 2iid. l^tJS, Is c.ii.ci-llcl. 
nORK.HT A. RIC.N'WICK, 
Depiity- Coiiiinlsslotipr c?f l.ainl-t 

Lands I '■ pHi I [|ii'i,!. \ l.'I 'i! li. li '.'. 
.Iilli.' 111!!., 1 111 II, 



im mum co., ltd 

(•Estahllsbcii 1S08,) 

Capita! anJ Funds for security of 
poilcylioldcrsexcecds$26,000.0D0 

: I'ne uiuk r.- iKii' 'I la.s .suci.ir edud to Iho 

.: , t, _. I'orTiierly held 

'! I.s. Ill ( 'ompany, . I-itd,, 

nipt atli'iiliou to all 

yurdim,' n.'W buMlrre."js 

■ d ..11 exlh*lng poU- 

s hI ! eoinuiiii.'atlons 

J. CJ. KLLIOTT, 

r- \':iiii'ou ver Inland. 



I aii.1 will 



lo 



88^:^?';^'^ 



Jet for e.\- 
teiiKlve (levflriitiiitM+t — wtwi* — oi*- the Black 
Diamond 'Collieries property near Kru- 
wIsMe, Alberta. This property, com - 
prl.sliiK over 4.000 a cre.s. dlie etly adjoins 
u tract of lO.pjiJlnere.s of coar iand^ re- 
cently purehase(f~hy the OuUe of Hiltli- 
erj.'ind and Cecil Ward for 'thenisel yes, 
ttjid It syndicate of Knjjtlish batHfewir--^ 
'Thc'.siinrp and ffwin (.oinpaTvy of 
Spokane, Wash., who own tlie control- 



cAiircEi.z.ATioir or BsaEsvii. 



Vtuicou-, 



NOTICE 



In the matter, of the Estate of John' B. 

NiohoMs, late of .Minneapolis, Minn.. 
" V. S. A., deceased. \ . ■ 

AH persons having -claims against — the 
estate of the abov% named John B. NlchoU# 
are , reciulred to send partleiilurs lhi>r.>of. 
duly verlfJcd, to' the undersigned on or bv- 
fore the IDth day of August. 1310. alter 
which date the underslgnt'd attoVney , for 
the executors of the" will of said il«TeaB.»d 
will proceed it\ dlstrlbut*^ the assi-ls ni the 
said deceawd among the persons eniitlttl 
" TneTetiJ^"'haTt}tg-rp'gard oply t« the ulalnis 
of which theji then have notice. , 

Dated this 9th day of Augi'ist, ISIO. 

THE nRlTLSH COLUMBIA TRUST 



"iRAH AM STREET. LOt 52x1116; level 
and high: excellent view. Pride »6JB; 

on terms. > , , 



G^ 



\l 'ANTED- 
' V . James 



-FIVE-ROOM 
Bay District. 



IX)TTAGE IN 



E.HENDERSON & CO 

eirlreater Block, Room One, '511 Vales Street 



TAKE NOTICE, that the partnership 
heretofore .s'libsistinf? Jietween..-S^_LJ-Wj!l=. 
son ,and J. Kennedy at Vietorla. B. C, 
tintjer the style of "The Victoria (lar- 
age'" was "dissolved on the 20th day of 
July, 1910. and tha,_t the said buninesa 
"TWill In the future be carried on ,by S. 
L Wilson .to whom all uulatandinK a.c- 
c<iunt8 are payable and who' will b« re- 
sponsible for all Ilabilltle.s in connec- 
tion with tl|ie said business. 

SYDNEY L, WILSO.V, 
J KENNEDY. 



160 



ACRES OF OOOD LAND I.S CHOICE 



».-hool; one mile- fjom town; price $20 acri". 
Will exchange for city froperty. 



HOI-8E AND TWO LOTH ON 
stre«t; fruit trees aoa-JUl '.tn.odern^coit- 



\Vnlences; will Sell «t 
tftknn on at once. Price 



reduce'if p?fce 
$2,7&0. 



<31:adra 
»- 

if 



t-lOlR LOTS IN NEW DIVISION, CI 
In and near high school; at $S(0 each 



Rval 



PLUMMER & RIDEOUT 

Katate, Timber and ln<.aran<v nuents. 
1112 Broad St. Phone iS3i. 



CORPORATION, 

123,2, aovernment-St,, Victoria. B; -tf: 
Attorneys In fact for Executive 



NOTICE" OF DISSOLUTION 



,. . X*rom Idltarod. 

Mr. Hall, who left Whtlehoise late In 
lune with the Dan Olllls party for the 
new mining camp far down ^ the river. 
In B letter lately, received. 
says that camplsraU rlRht and that U 
will eventually be a g.ood producer. Mr. 
Hall tells of a wo ndertujl trip made by 
the GiillH party frj... r, .r^-i^t-.-^seht-the 

a^line launc'li bu 
this place- early last year. 
was mad r-tn-227 hours actual tra veil ni{ 
time, the distance from this placd being 
JiJiW-Jwltes-— ^IftH 8a.v.s "their launi^ 
with it» barge passed eyet^ythlng on the 
river, Mr. Hall .says the Iditarod will 
lie a good producer, that there Is gold 
from the grassroots <Jown and that bed- 
rock Is not deep. Wages In the new 
camp are high, carpehters being In *;rfeat 
demand at $1.50 per hour. Other labor 
Is in proportion. ' Meals are only $1 but 
wood Is $35 a cord. Mr. Hall menthyis 
many old residents of Whitehdrse who 
are in the Iditarod and who are all, pros- 
pering and eating regularly. 

Stealing of Ore Epidemic. 
Fotir alleged "high graders' vvei-e ar- 
rested last week at Cobalt alT with a 
"little silver In their pos.-iesslon. They 
ate all i\ustrallan8. There Is a" fresh' 
outbreak of high grading, the teippta- 
tlon to seize jiure silver being too grea 
In -spite of ,the .seve.rUy ot the new 
HigUr grading htis now taken on a. now 
form. Instpad oT stealing rock out of 
stopps m^n are itow picking out the 
pure sUv/fr niiggetis off the JIggs In the 
mills aTid hiding It. The practice Is 
qujte exten.ilve. and hurvdreds of pounds 
of silver bullloh aie now' changing hands 
All over •town.' An amusing ^hcldent oc- 
curred recently. ' A liian had' received. « 
large consignment of ore. Ijt was stolen 
from hini and delivered to other .nieji. 
They In turn,, in, Ignorance of where It 
came from; repold it to the original 

'C|W1|.;-, 

Betarda Mining. 
President R. K- SeiU of the ,.\tla.« 
Mining company recetl)lly visited White 



Uerles, will npjin an ofXice In 
y^^ Yyjl4. ^P^jfreserrtr^liem t}«3r*^.T^be-lu!iid 
offtcB ot, the company may later on be 
moved to Vancouver a.^ a number of 
V^at)couv.er men have become heavily In-, 
tcrested In the property. It Is expected 
that the company will be marketing coal 
In 'a Hiliall way by spring and In a year 
will be shipping as ftir east as Winni- 
peg. Engineers who have examined the 
iiroperty estimate over 80,000,000 tons 
of coal In., the fifteen foot seam alone. 
Tfm Grand Trunlt, I'actfic railway 
crosses onrf end of the property and tin 
Canadian Northern rali^vay Is now push- 
■—"Ifr^'cftnstrcTlon a mile north of It 
The long trip ^^^^^ ^^^^^ Trenching at Cobalt. 

The Nipissing mines at Cobalt have 

gj-eii a totals of 1 32 veins on 

the property. Nearly; all these Velna 



NOTICI':: I.s hereby given that the le- 
serv^ existing In crown lands In tli« 
vlcliiHy of Babihe Lake, .slU.atc In 
Range ."),. Co-It DlycricL no_tice of v.'blch 
was publi.shed In the Brltl.-ih Columbia 
Gaiisit<-, (lateil Deceniber jJ.Uu I'JOil, is 
cancelled In so far as Bald reserve re- 
lates to lot.s inunbered 1519, 151 S, 1517, 
T5I6, 1515, loie, 1507. 1506. IBOCA, I50:;, 
1501. ISO':, 1512. 1511. 1505, 15u^. 1513. 
1514, 1609, 1508. 1530. 1527 
1531, 1_532, 1533.^ -1534, y.35 
■T5'JS;"~16"38, "il^O, i'oil. 1544 
1546, 1542.. 1547, 1548, 1549 
K2l. 1622. 1523, 1524. 152£, 



1528, 
1537^ 
154 3, 
156U. 



152'J. 

154 5 
1520, 



1526 and 



1651. 

ROnERT A. REN'WICK. 
Deputy ComniiaSTune; of Lands. 
Lands Dt-partment, Victoria, B- C, 
June l«th, 1910. 



NOTICk. 



NOTICE Ik hereby glwn that thf ki-u- 
cery and! provision husine-is and premi- 
ses, known- as the Maywood .foB'toYflct.' 
Store, has this day been purchased by 
Mr. Waller Claike. 

Dated this 15th dAy of A ugust , U'lo. 
;.MR.S. MARV IRKDALK. 
• , Douglas Street. 



have been found by trenching and , Man- 
ager R. B. Watson comments on t'»e 
fact that trenching Is far superior to un^ 
derground exploration as a meahs of 
MndlDg new veln^. He says: "It would 
take many years to completely trench 
the property and then many veins would 
probably be missed, 'The only. suta way 
trf And all outcrops Is lo entirely re- 
move all the overburden on the rock, 
surface, and preparations are now un- 
der' way with this end In view." Both 
the , La Rose and- Nlplssln^ companies 
are making' preparation^ for extensive 
-trenching operations. • 




ITOTICE TO CONTKACTORS. 

ftK.\LEl> TK-NDi:iiS, pupefscrlbed 
"Tender for .SchoiM at MIssHin. B. C." 
wtu be receiV'ed'~Wy"~nio"TrqiTWrable the 
Mtnlste*-''of -PubHt? Wtirks, up- to-nooft-of. 
Monday, the 22nd August. 1910. foi^-the 
erection ,ind completion of a foiir- 
.ri)iimfia|. tlmbe£«tcajtn."d schoolhouse at 
Mls.xion. ' ' " ■' " ~ \ "-"" * " ^-^ — 



.jpei-ial At,',Mit 

-1212 Br'ba.r 

P. O. Box +50. 



\ i» loiia 



H, C. 
riioilf 660. 



i 



IMPORTANT 
SALE 



OF 



BuiliglQts 

'aw!. On Am I UK JlIi L " ' In the- Townsite of 

WHILE B3H BLffiD Coleman, Alberta 



Plans, Bpfect fie» t4onB. cpErtraict; / and 
forms" of tender may bf seeA "on and 
after the 4th day of August, 1910. al tlMi^ 
offices of 'the Government Agent., -New 
W'estmlnster; R. C. Abhdtt. Es'l'-. Secre- 
tary to School Trustees. Mission; J. H. 
Bowman, Esq., architect, 112 • t.'rown 
Building, Aiancouver: and nt the De- 
partment of Public Works, Victoria. 

Each-, proposal must be accompanied 
by an accepted, bank cheque or certifi- 
cate of deposit on a chartered bank of 
Canada, made payable^ to the Honorabi* 
the Minister of Public Wqr^Ji for a sum 
equivalent to 10 per cent, of the amount 
of the tender, which shall be forfeited 
if the party tendering decline to enter 
Into contract wh^n called upon to do sq, 
or If he fall to complete the work con- 
tracted for, Thej^heqiies or certificates 
of deposit of unsuccessTTIl tenderers; 
will >e returned to them -upon the exe- 
cution of the contract, j, .^ 
' Tenderfr-w4lf riot he considered unle.^s 
made out on the forms supplied, signed 
with the actual- signature of the ten- 
derer, and enclosed In the envelopes 
furnished. 

The lowest or any tender not neces^ 
sarlly , accepted. " 

K. C. GAMB-LE, 
-Public Works Englneier. 

cr^Drks ' Department; 

Victoria B, C, 2hil" August. 1910. 



liAND REQISTBY ACT. 

"riT'theJiriatter of an. application for a 
duplicate certificate of title to I_ot iM 
. of Siiblot 69. _Kernwood Estate (Map 
2ii2),. Victoria City. 

NOTICE i.s li<i'oby-Brf\-pn-ttTat +t is mv 
intention aC , the expiration of on : 
H)-f)nth -fp&m^ the date of the first publi- 
cation lie ieuf tu l.ssue a duplicate rertl- 
ftcate of title lo said land lusif I ■ . 
Jblvri David Landers;' on 'the 31st d.i -i 
October, 1908, ahd numbered 18964 C. 
; I-and Ilegistiy OITlce, Victoria, B. C, 

J*ily-23r -wn^,..— ..- .-- 

. ' j, P. McLEOD. * 

■DSputy Registrar CJweral, 



n>i . a>i ''i. 



NOTICE 



B. *r.i ^e. 



»8_ 0ftpt. gdwora BarMey, 

estate of t.'aptain Edwar3~'BaFkTey, R. 
N ..decews-ed,— lft4«-J*£-^'a»thokUjuw._3. C.. 

are required to send .iVSajfllcularBf. dxUy 

verified .thereof -to^Messrs. -Crease &' 
Crease. 521 Fort street, Victoria, B. C, 
on or before , the 31st day oil August, 
1^910. 

Dated thfe 30th day of July. A. D. 1910 

(Signed) 

GEOFFREY BARNARDISTON, » 
-_, Executor. 



Two Gentlemen Sought Refuge 
. in the Briny Watefs 'Wheo. 
Loose Gasoline Became Ig- 
nited—The Craft .Safvaged 



Horsf with the Intention of looking over! 
sev pral iiropertles on which his company i 
held opIlotULbu't when he learije.<l <.*r the j 
exslence of ia law requiring the pay- | 
ment of 2M per cent, royaltr on the; 
gross output of copper, he did not even 
visit thv properties on which options 
were held but left for the outside.- Hovn-- 
ever, having everything In' readiness for 
op.'raling at the Peblo, the compdny 
will go nhiad there in the expectation 
that tlrrt-^rovaliy vrlll. be changed by 
the government, at an earlj; dai^e. In 
which event operations will he cafi^V-d 
-on Indefinitely 

Ri'cSs made at the I'^ueblo mine. Mr. 
Neill is quoted by the feKagway Alaskan 



Sidney Smith, badly burned, iTeorge 
Parker, " — K+wtH4A'-- hnnpd, V Qreen. 
slightly Inirned. apt! all three wet 
through tmd badly Jrlghteiied. is the 
sum total of an accident which cre- 
ated cofialdprable exiitenient alotig 
the'.V'Ictorla .-Nrin last evening., and 
which might h;i\e proved more seri- 
ous. 

The three weie returrtlng from t he- 
Gorge In a fMHt snotor luu;ich when 
Smith, who was smoking a cigarette 
nf the lime, ntieinpted to fill the gas- 
. „. ..,.„ „e .1,^ r...,. 1 -^llne tank- The gasoline enughl flrte 
In speaking of the p. o-,^y exploded, and ^n, a moment the 

i launch vy.ts itutlamea. The three, 
blinded b>^tlie glare, thxesf themselves 



Situated in Famous 

Crow's Nest Coal 

Fields 



Headquarters of jthe Gigantic 

Collieries of the International 

Coal and Coke Gb., Ltd. 



NOTICE 



In the matter of tn« estate of Blanche 

Ede. lat« of the Ct'fcy of Victoria. B. C. 

widow. 

All persons ha * Ing claims against 
the aboy.e.. jBSf'tate i>re requested to tsend 
particulars thereof to the undersigned 
on or before August 22. 1910, after 
which, dale the executor will proceed to 
distribute the assets of the deceased, 
having regard,- only to the clatnas of 
w;(!ich he has notice. ' • , 

Dated this ilst July. 1910. 

Victoria. B. C. 

GEO. A. MORPHT. 

Solicitor for Kxectilor. 




CANCEI.I.ATIOM' 



or BESEBVB. 



NOTICE Is hereby given, that the re- 
aiftv'e existing upon the lands embraced 
in special TlinUvr Licences No. 2028S, 
situated near.,Sechelt Inlet. New West- 
inlnsier District. Is cancelled, and that 
Tltc said iands will be opeti for location, 
under the provisions of the Land Act, 
at midnight on October 14, 1910. 
_Ji^BERT A. RENWICK.^ 
Deputy Commissioner of Lands. 

L^nds Dept.. Victoria. July 14, 1910. 



NOTICE 



NOTICE 



of the 2nd a.<« saying: "The preparaj^ 
lory Work, has all been <ltMie and the 
hiilldlngs n'-ces.^ari' for tiie prosecution 
rtf mining have all been compl«»ted anil 



- Into the watet' iiml s.wan 
■M r Cro w Raker's l anding, 
The launch ii'tilTnued li) 



ashore to 



Fhe Silica Brick and Lime 
Co., Ltd. 

IW VOLXTNTABY LIQUIBATION 

Important Sale of Brick and Xilmo 
'\frorks, as Qolng Concern. 

Messrs. Stewart Williams & f>o. 

duly Instructed by Una i l . lqulrlii tor fni- 

the estate, ■will sell by public auoilon, 

J-OS— 

Tuesday, ,^ug 30th, !9I# 



vrhrie the yniing 
the air compressor shouUI be.started to- a^eUer and d'r >- , 

day or tomorrow, und aituariritnlng will i gjm to specwlat.e a's to thplr probable 
commence st onte. •Shipments, of "tvi-e ' fHte. Some,h<«\si In h Ijoat succeeded 

flam" 



Messrs. Stewart Williams & 

Co., of Victoria, having been duly 

instructed by the International 

Coal and Coke Co., Ltd., will seH 

jby. Public K,; Auction at A-'ictofia:, 

IB.' C, on Monday and Tuesday. 

'the 19th and apth September, 

the rcinajnder of the corri- 



I will start, not .later than ihe 14th of tlie ' j.p fiuent^hintg the flames, .and .tv.Ing ui 



blaae, aiwl 
inen were seeklng_i..l9IO, 

lothes u crowd b^ i ^^^^^y^ f^gaj Estate Hotdtirgs in 

Coleman; Alberta, 



nionlh.'and' ;'00 tons 
shipped dally and as 



of cM-e Viti be 



the launch to .Vtohjson's boat landing. 



the otj.tput in- TtleTfTree ociMipants in the meanwhile 



'teases, the -shipments vvlH Inerense, an 
■ is the Intention 6f the' <-ompany to | 
■ iiietate 'he-**' proix^rtles lo th".»lr utnio.st i 
cariaelt;- ■■ 

Coal Concern's Dividend. i 

The Intetcolonjal ''oal company h.a.«< I ^ 
declared a dividend for' the half year | y^' ^ 



inadn their vva\ 



Imme. 

■ ■♦■- 



Diaappointed in love. 
EI. PASO, Tejc, . Aug. l.i.- Disap- 
pointment In love prnmiited Miss Kople 
Romero, IS jears old, to commit sui- 
cide by Hvvallo.vtiig c^rboVlr acid at 
nson. Arizona. Inst night. The young 



the. City of 
comjirising scxme Three Hundred 
eligible Birsiriess and Residential 
Sites, locate. I in this thriving jn- 
idustrial centre. 

I For further and fuH'particulars, 
I plans, maps, photographs, etc.. 



of a par cent. In the spcond half of the woman was a .lesi( endant of a rtotnble aDplv tp T-llC Auctioneer. 



>'par the' company pas 
a I'M.al ijf T p^r ceyt. 



Ownf r, needs cash and must sell- at a . 
sacrifice two extm large lots In a seJs£t|the 
residential locality. T-o get _ this bargraia 
you will have to hurrj'* 



at the Drnird hoiel, at 1 1 a. m. sharp. 



Inaccnrncles of C^um •Drill Sample. 

In ih<»' div ■■lopmint of-liig low giado 



Spanish fiunil' 



SHAW REAL ESTATE'CO:^^ 

Phone 1>»S4 70; ij Vales Street 



INVESTIOAtl! THAt I« J^hU VVB A.SK 
Nine «cres''"r>n <''edBT Hill road. otlTy- tliii'.. 
miles from City HaUv^for onUiJU-flOA- Thus 
Is less than $4S0 per acre. The artjotntni? 
acreage inlth rock on 1 Is • $»50 acre. This 
Is one of the very l>est, pr<iposltlons wV', haye 
.^v.et._.knaAVii^' 
be convinced. 



SpaLn'i" Esperanto Delegate 
MADRID. Aug 1.-. —The SpaniKh fro\ 
him appolM'ted., Jose Pei-ogor.l 



freehold laods held, by the com- j cdppop dppt.-h..'^ It. has, htfcome the cus- , ^"'^"'^"'^ ^,.s„„i„ i,f nrtiiierv uv rem 
pany. being Section Tir-atlrt-rmrt^^-^-hotn. in. prospect V »r.N by .♦Rcans "M ^"/"T,^^', ^J'?,.'" ;, „S*^^^^^^^^^ 
Sedlion- 105, Hsqulmalt diptrlct. to^ chtfrn-drllls. ' Thf results are «veraged «•' t H at '^^^ 

gether ,-Mth the goodwill of the co.n-L„a .be wortt, of the-property thus ap- I - i' ^'3' f,,? . ,^ ^^ffirMoVifn^^ 
panV and, «n. plant, machinery, duU- proxliriHtely determined.' The Accuracy 1 V"'r.r.f Mnnnisb literature I fs renre^ 
tels and effccti. comprising .the brb-k „f. „e meihcd -may be questioned ^>.■ ^Uv^f ,?7l,e AnSrcon^^^^^^^^^ 

hh^follow+Hg leasons: In looking over U^^ ^,„,. „f ^,p.^,p„ .^eJ„e^^,e,. ,g 
hthe as8>i.v~)-etui'ns f r o m any hoh f . ji I ih [ ' ^ ^-^ — — ^-y— 



and Itme works atAtkln's Siding, 
JJ.I.I I ma 1 1 -44*tiHk?tr 



Es- 



lewart Williams 

637 Fort Street, Victoria, B. C. 



In the Estate' of Thomas H. Towers, 

late of VIcJtorIa; British 

Deceased. Intestate. 

All persons having clalm.s against the 
deceased are requested to send partic- 
ulars thereof, duly veilfled to the un- 
deislgnedion or before the 1st day of 
September, 1910, afterwhlch date the 
administratrix will proceed 10 distribute 
the assets of tlie. deceased among ihe 
persona entitled thereto having regard 
only to the claims of which- she then 
has notice. . ' • 

Dated thlB 29th day of July, 1910. 

OLIVE M. TOWERS. 

651 Belton Ave., Victoria West,' 
■Victoria, -B. C. 
Administratrix. 



ITavlgable 'Waters Frotaotlon Act 

. NOTlcis is hereby .jtlven titat iohn 
Raymond of the City of Victoria, rfrii- 
Ish Columbia, 'Is applying to His Excel- 
lency tile Governor General ^itit-'anada 
in Council for appioval of the plan-s an I 
descriptions of site, of works'^ propose. 1 
to be constructed by him In Victoria 
Harbor Immediately fronting Lot 562A, 
Hloik 4 1; Victoria. ,B, C. and has de- 
po.slted tbe said plans-afrrf — descrt ptionji 
of site With the Minister of Public 
I Wor'k.s &t Ottawa, and a duplicate there- 
tcif with the Registrar General Of Titles 
I ifi the Land Registry Office, 1 Victoria'. 
B. t""., land that the matter of the said 
, , , , I application will, be proceeded with at 
t..oiiimi.>ia, I ,hf. e'xpiratlon of one mo,nth frpib Uia 
tinys ofvtlie flr.st publication of tills no- 
tice in tbe "Canada' Gazette." 

Dated this 2»ith day of .July. 1910. 
>V. li J,ANGLElt. .' 
Ill: Government Street. 

Victoria. B. C. 



Solicitor for Applicant. 



Corporation of 4h€ City 
""" of Vernon 



OZTY OZi3BBK WANTED 
VON, B. C. 



PO» VBB- 



"WATEB ACT. 1909." . 

TAKE NOTHI-; iliat I. Kiederlclt- N. 

I Nort(<n. nf the (.ity of VanL-ouyer. B. C, 

I lumberman.. Intend t«-ariply to the Lletr- 

I tenant-Governor in Council on Tilesday, 

tlie nth "dayVf O ctobe r. A. D. 1910, at 

I the hour of 11 o'ilocjt In the forepoon, 

-. or ho soon thereafter as tUe application 

lean be, beard.' for a final license- under- 

! Parts XI. and .XII. of the "Water Act, 

13111', ■• to eic.ir and , 'remove - ob8ta;cle.^ 

! from ,'~"almrin river and Orfnrd bay, an 

, Brni nf Hutf Inlet, British- Columbia, 

. for lb'- purpo,«i.» of -making the same fit 

for rBtiing ^«MM^--^lr^^Jlns; Jofrt '^and pen- 

nlffg Itaclt "and "Htoring water; and for 

ere. ting boonilnK-^foumls In said Or- 

foril_ba.\-. approximate map's, plans and 

puiUculnt-s .of which undertaking are 

tiled In th.- 



offices of the Chief Com- 



.iVppllcatlons will i»e received uf> ■ to 
29th August. 19in. 4iy tile council of llie' > , ^ . „. 

City gf Vernon for the position of rierk W""^'^'"'"''- _"f '•«"'^« ""'^ ^^ «<«•• Commls 
and t/easurer .<l'alary |I20 p. r month , 
," AppllcantJi with prevloup niuiib Ipal i 
experlei^ce preferred 



i-loriVr at Vlctiiria. 

Dafm tbiH 2rnh day 
1910 I'RKDKRICK 



of 
N, 



July A. £). 
NORTON. 



Apply 'stating qualification nn.l rt-ffr 
e'nces. to - ' 

DO. TATK, 
• ' .\rtlng City CliM-k. 

Vernon. H ■ '.'■ 



FB£E 



BOKDED 



Further particulars and cards to 
view the premises, ean 'he had frnrn| 
the Liquidator. F. B, <Varren, 512 Fort 
street, or the • Auctloneerf', "Me'sars. j 
Stewart Williams, A^ Xo. 



inry- 
wlll. nollCe the gradual ciinnge In min-i 
i-rai content: no siiddeti j^Jtrtp as In mine i 
yampllng is ap' '" show. This Is pri'ili 



in. Vlf t;nr.l>> .Inv^sUpJ ata_JtM. ^B; -DAVEBWE 



Livery Stables 

KZLZi WOOD AWD STOVE WOOD 
FOB SAX.E 

R. OAVERNE, 1615 Dou.^Ias St. 

Oppo.slto City Hail, . 



tel 97. 



HEWLINGS & 



CO. , 



i.On.VER LOT. OAK-ftA-t -lilft- 

trlrf, isnxioi) f^et., (}&oo cash » 



Mt*> nni k '■ *-'*l Hvji **'•; ■ and i ;», ^^vt.'tirs, 

.T>. ),WUIF "vTftorla .^n1l (Vjiriftpe Inlet); 



)HNBR I,OT» <*N" 



Granite and Marble Works 

« Monuments; Tablets. Granite 
Copings, etc., at lowest prices 
first class ato.:k 

:»n.d wrrltmanshlp. \ 
-:^ ;.: A. GT g WART * 



Cor„ 



Tales and 

1 1. 11! I " ii ' lil— ." 



Blanchard ^W, 



d' 



.■if-: 



Knod weir 



ConMrvittofi s.on2r«s« 7 ' 
1TEI>E:s'A, Mont:, Aug. )6.-*<J^«fnO»f 
iEd\vni'<l L,.;Norrts Iftfifty JtatPti. thftt 



STTT 

aiily diie to ilie Jur'rlng.loo'se of.rnaterlal ' 
from abovp by the rOpe and slrltig ot' { 
tools. l.n'ba+Wiw ©w4-*»M-h five fefet'.of, i 
iiol'e. tilts baWeV putnpi out the bottcini ; 
lii'st. artd tnedrell call. v th e (U-e will .cpn- ,, 
trnfrnti- at the .bi>ttom. ■ The bailer Will j 
piek Hp not more Titan,, say 911 por cf^nt ' 
or ihe cjuirtted .liiaierlal. und 'i\\t> sample 
.would .llius be Utcreased' nv«ir 'the ae(ual : 
nilnei'al content o'l* Ihe Ave feet of; 
groiiiid. '. I'or a distance of lW» feet., 
drilling through t^opper sulphides. . J '■ 
took: samples of the first and UihI ball- 1 
Ing of each live, , f eoj;, T|liese ^howed n 
ditreT'effco "<)F but tl.oi per 0er)it-.'' 'aii'l 11-1 
W'ts concluded that tliis dep o rt iiri> f roni I 
t he 1 Iteoi-el h-n I eohce.iitmfToTl wh.h dlTfTI". ' 
float mlne iHl and slinie-'. TJie inlnev ii 
was assdiTied to hfl-Vftbeep prflurul itpin. 
tii<? lioip and then throug'h tlie Imodium 
of the. .elrcwtnttng ground wafer or that 
of tlvB • loth} Wsmireif, . was d 
flonterf «wri}^, This , supposition .In 
hprne out by the* ifact that where t-nlfew j 



in DON' KK.V t» TC 



$4,500 

f iiiti\«i> ' 



fTO'iowlris: t't the fact Jhsit th*» 



bon rd 

in.^'P 



)(: 



M 



GEORGE 

UNE 



pap<-r published at 
the strntegle eom- 

g.oitraphi' ■-'"'■ ■•■■■■'■■ 



hate been cut tirouui! 
,6159 ft-otn.^thp ralsfs- 
'((Snrhs oT a por eeni. 

re.4ullM oblaliii'il from 



veral 

iiKlier it^tatr^.theT 
the drill holes 



'»n|y, iivw.'- 

I oi-t George, 
nierelal and 
t)r British <\iiiihibin. 
^'Koft George will he one of tbe 
largesit cities on the No rth' A tfier- 
icah' continent, because It Is t,lie 
■natural si'ipply p«'lnl for Hnlnlanrl 
empir? lmmen««>Jv j-lch in.'_.a->;! 
'^'ill!iU*L.'3.^')- "'"'^*r and''fn'inp 
i''Q rt. (Georg e l»« at tiie; Jujicllon^ 
orte thoiiHand mllos pi", nRvlga- 
blo waterways, and-JMX-the line of 
*ovon rallways-^^lHtrtere* -' -and 
lfiTTTmi\g. One huBdJ-ed rttlHIftn 

-In ratl- 

wjay building alone- ttf the Fort 
Oeorfje Dl.stiioi wlthjt^'the next 



ay nard & '^on 

. AUt'Tl^NEERS - 



Instructed we will sell at our Sales- 
lom, 1314 Broad street, on 

If Rin-\Y, 2 P.1VI. . 



nSj^ ~~SlXtr-C!^EaXK^.' 



• * , , ■ r . 

i__,_,5„..^'i"'^** Nev^ 

Furniture and 
Effects 

HAINES CABINET GRAND PIANO 
In lot next door, JeVfl^y Cpw lA.tia^lf. 
o Young HorBCB, 4 and 6 ypars old: lot 
of chlcJtens. WagccctBr r-Btur g i Bn, -jaaja: 
iie,sfl, etc.; very good English Snddlp; 
Mexican Saddle, etc. 



Bottled Milk 



Thl^ Is th>' t\a.v our niHJi.^ 
should be delivered to ensure Its 
belnjf fresbr and this Is , the v\-av 
we deliver our \lUk and irr.mi. 



Milk Prices 



P.M- 



.1, pl'nt. rla(l\, , 

1 .quart, da.il> 
•3 pints, dallv 

2 *it»art8i dall.v . 

3 <)iiart9. dajl.v 

4 quarts. 



dally 



MMiit!i 
, $1.50 
..$3.00 
,$4.50 
- $5.75 
..$8.25 
,$T0.50 



MEBCHAVrDISE OF AliX. KINDS 
I ' .STOBED AND DISTBIBTTTED 

Duncan's Warehouse 



I Negotiable-, Warehottse BMalptli la- 
sued. Furniture and Honsehold ' OoddB 

J C<iXfilltU7..1iftnaied. Sttme Building 

j^Low .Ing granoe. s 



^ - ■ ' P h one 1665. 



63S 



Cream 



MAVNARD &. SUfT 



Auotionseri 



_ Hend tlir«»e dollars for one yeflV's 

'svTT)se"iTT'ino'ir nniT" T' frtilh 



n boil I 



the fortune 

I'. If biiHrii. 

-1 li... T.avt 



opuor- 



A DUn. T-.^iS, 



loO „,,er 



411 (.'HALS'' IrolifeitMl/ 
frqnt; 170 per »ei-r-^T'--'-',*">'"'«J-piJft-.lh- lvl,"« 

^IT|- ruoi-Enry H'loii i.vvKMTMENTf? 
^ oc Doufias. Johnnon and I'ates street. 



I-, i.lUi .tilt' g.>\ I I li'-'l III i.i 

vie\\-s on (•onjiervation mid ..n 
the progrnmrrfe v^'lfc/ h ha^ been nr-JvviM 
ranar«4l for the conffervattou cohgressClinU 



'• coiK'. , .:, \\ u ' 

< \ ing, ■,llOl- ■ linlf. 1... 

ui caviiii;, the iilmvr- liiaccu racb's I 
hold ffO(\U and many new onus, are ' 



Til V. 



THIBUNB,*' 
rt ne.ii-R-e. B. 



Advertise m THE COLONIST 



DAVIES & SONS 

, ; ArC'PK i.N'lOKRvS 
565 AND 823 YATES STREET 

i To Rent 

I 

I House ,; ■ ) ■•: ■ -li,'.', . ' r ' : :! ,, f ■ .r •. , .■ ^ 

[ piano?, . sealers from .I.tc ■ flo-/.en. bod.i. 

' bureaus, chairs, blinds from 2Sr and 

lots of other g'lod.". Da vies A- .Sonp, 

Auctioneers, 565 and S2S i'atcs slreet. 




\\' hniepn !pf--Trrtr»'r--mr-Trfrp1ttntTlnTi;-_ ^ 



The Guaranteed Pure 
Milk Supply Co., Ltd. 



612 Pandora Ave. 



SIlitLlBRiSIJfiaCO. 

8it*wiit, p. C and Princ* 
Rupert, B. C. 

Fiscal Agents for the 

MMnlteef Mining Co. 

The property of i this com- 
pany adjoins that -ot the 
zStewart-Mining and Devt;!- 

Qprfr?frrCo. 



Advertise in TH^ COLONIST 



1 ^ \-F m. M. \^ JLj 

Cainpcrs and I'lcm.ccrs ^re . 
not permitted to land on 
Section, 96, Esquinvalt Dis 

trict, otherv, i ■- n n 

Roschank. 

June 13th, lOTO. 



18 



VICTOBIA DAILY COLONIST 



TuM<(«y, August 1«.. 1919 



T 



VUit Our Tea RoMm, Third 
Floor. A Cup of Good Tea 
Is the Best Refreshment 
You Can Have. 



DAVID SPENCER, LIMITED. 



All of Our Chocolates Are 
Made on the Premises. They 
Are Pure and Wholesome 




toG 




1 



\ 



Splendid Furniture 




Lies in the fact that we are '' the Largest Importers in the West.^^ Our immense purchasing power for our three stores enables-AJS to purchase in such 
quantities as to allow us special concessionFfTom the manufactur ers. Then, too, our buyers are constantly visiting the principal man ufactu nng centres, 
and carefully select all furniture personally, buying only that which they know the people want. This; in turn, is marked at a very lo w P^ice^as we are 
satisfied with a small margin of profit and a quick turnover. This fact is fully exemplified at the present time.^^Every article is trustworthy, lo test 
these statements, investigate these offerings. . . "^~~^'' 




Couches Special at $6.90 

Couches,' frames made of hardwood, finish- 
ed golden oak, strongly made, upholster^ 



cd in heavy velour." These are a big bar- 
gain . . ^.. . , , ..$6.90 



Portiere Curt a ins, per 
pair, $3.50 



These are in "Besf quality weave and come 
teds and greens, newest designs, fin- 
ished withheayry tasSiClled "fringe. Special 
for today, per pair Sf 3.50 



Brass Cu rta in Rods -at 10c 

Brass Exlension Curtain Rods, with hooks com- 

i l > n'r ' tHmmiiH"it » .>','iJu^.i)iAncuJjju'-u ' ■! ■ ■ ' ■ 



T 



I (» i.iiii Miltf I 



Roll Top De sKs Special 
at $18.7^^ ^:.^,^ 



Solid OaR Arm Chairs, Today, $12.90 

Arm Chairs, in solid oak, Early English Mission style, spring scats, backs and 
seats upholstered in first quality solid leather. These are splendid bar- 
gains' at -^ >..... .........* y','.^i*i(..Hi 

Rockers to match, toclav .^ . . . . wiTi i 4v...-..:vvi i$12.{>0 



plete. These rcJds at* In great demand for 
casement and short window curtains. Special 
todiay .10^ 

Parlor Tables, Today, $1.65 

il l . ' • I I 1 I.N i' I I ' ii M ' ^ 1 ■ ) • J'^}:l ' '-"\: .LT '* , ■ ... — 

, Parlor Tables, finished lEarly Engli8lfc?|ittd golden oak. Shaped tdp,-with 
.^helf beneath, h4|tf turned legs. These tables^ are als overy useiful for bed- 
room. ' See Governrrient stfeet wihdowa. Today :.^$1.65 



Sale of Ottomans, Today, 
at $1.50 

Pouffe Ottomans— These are justthc t^ing for 
the little folk s to »se4n the parlor. Covered 



in tapestry and c<5m^"1n^ya«iiil^ shajpes. Spe 



.. ,#■ 



qial today . 



• • > n > • f ■ 



.^1.50 



. . . ... .* y. ■. ^ X ^ . « 

'^; ^.v- ;-/^.-si2 f 

V 

Three Special Offers for the Uph olste red Rockers at 



Kitch en Treasure Table 
,at $4.85 ^ 

Kitchen Treasure-Tables, fitted with flolif 
bins, drawer and pasteboard,. iitrQngly 
"made, witH :hieavy~Turhed legs, finished 
goldenr T hese tables have n o equal iji 
Victoria^ and at this price are, a biq; bar 
gain ..,....;. ....^4.8t> 

— New Tapestry Carpet Squares at $11.50 

Tapestry Carpet Squares. Th,ese come in a fine range of designs, corrvention- 
al and floral, being extra good quality, are adapted for hard wear and will 

' make good itloor. covering for any room in the house. 81263x3^4. See 
Government street window. Today .'. «... .$11.50 



Roll Top Deskg, built of solid quarter" cal^ 
oak, finished golden or Early English. -^ 
Beautifully made and in the very best fin- 
Tsh. Today $18.75 



Housewares Section 

HEAVY PARLOR BROOMS 

Special t(Ml;!\- 25^ 

COMMON WATER TUMBLERS 

Regular. soc. Today, per dozen .25f^ 

1/7— ^ ENAMEL DISH PANS 
r4-mjarf"sizc-. Special loUay 40^ 



$4.90 

Rockers, tmih of solid oak, finished golden.. 
These have best Cpring seats, upholstered in 
best quality- paAtcsote, high head rest. Gives 
every comfort -when in use. .Today ^4.90 



Early English Dining Suite at $38.50 



Early English Dining Suite, coniprisint^ five. side, one arm. built of 
solid oak. in .Mission style. Seats upholstered in. first quality cow- 

' hide leather. These are magnificent chairs and a great bargain 
at this price. Special $38.50 




Early English Dining Table at $23.75 

Extension Dining Table,' built of solid oak. finished' in Early fenglish 
Mi.s.sjon style, pedestal design, with leaves, when extended gives 
the table a' length "df 8 feet. This has no comparison in Victoria.. 
and is a genuine bargain .^23.75 



New Gloves Have Arrived in Time for the Reception 



We s'pecialize Trefousse, Perrins and Dents 
all makes with a reputation 

Perrins' French Gface" Kid Gloves, with two 

— dome, fasteners, colors, white, beaver, rnode 
tan, slate,. green, navy blue, amethyst and 
black. Per pair ;»Vi,*;. . . . . $1.00 

Dent's, Tan Cape Gloves, with one and two 
clasps. ;i v:.(»'u\ lisejul quality. Pair. $1.0P_ 

Dent's Dogskin Gloves, with'one and^lf^^ 
clasp-s, in tan.. grey, .white and black, tans 
with self and r^d 'stitching. Pair ^1.25 

thamois Gloves, i6-button length, in na- 
tural 'shades only. Per pair . . . .$1.50 



Trefousse Glace Kid, nice soft Frencli krd, 
two clasps, in all the newest shades. Per 
pair ...T... t ....... .$1.50 

12-Button tf6ngth_ Glace Ki d Gl oves 



in 



wEite and black, ^^er pair 



:^3.od 



i6-Button Length. Glace Kid GloVes, in 
"Twhite. crfeam, mculc and black. Pair $3.50 
ap-Button Length GlaceKid, in white, pink 

and sky ..;/..... .$3.75 

Chamois Gloves, t\co daspsrin white "and 

natural ....$1.©.(> 

All Our Gloves Are Guaranteed 



Dinner Sets to Sell, Wednesday, at Bargain Prices\ 



Odd Dinner Sets, slightly matched, EngHsh 

, earthenware, decorated in I||ht -green 

.floral border,' loo pieces. • Wedne?<day 

Special .... ...;.'.'... -......, ..$8.75 

Odd Dinner Sets, good matching, Austrian'. 
— -chi na^ smal l, rose dec oration, too pieces. 
\\'e(!nesday ..SBCcial . . r:-T : . . :$11.75 

Odd Dinner Sets, joo pieces, green florj.* 
(Iccoralion, Kngli?ih oarthcrwarc. Wed- 
nesda.y. Special/. J^7.75 



English Earthenware' Dinner Sets, Keautiful 
finish, decoration in light green, pink and 
yellow, 97 pieces. 
Wednesday Sjiccial .... ..... .$10.00 

English Earthen ware Dinner Set, 97 pieces, 
mazaririe bkle band .decoration, traced 
-a^'ith_gold,,xery: p opirta rrlestgn. . " 
Wednesday Special . . . . .^ 7:^8.00^ 

English Earthenware Dinner Set, 99 pieces, 
Dresden rose border pattern. : '- 

\Vedne-»day Special ' . . $13.75 




The New Fail Styles, in Blouses Are Beginning to 

Arrive 

.«►..■.■■■ - . — ^— — — — ., ... 

We are showing just a few of the new_Fall Blouses. These arc trimiucd w ith b r a i d 
and buttons, covered with seWv They are made of fine ..taffeta silk in- a number of 
ex*ra smart styles. Priced, at - $5.00 

Wednesday's Bargains in Comforters and Staples 



Gentlemen's Evening Dress Wear 



::i 



i 



Fashion's latest Creations in 
Smart/i ailored Costumes for 
"^ Fall Wear 

^^|J■ri»mg-.■lO:.r^^^te-4hI^rsfeiH:;0f the dc- 

siguerS oi womcn^s clothing. The advance 

models Vv-hicii \ve arc showing reflect great' 

■edit ()ii tl"- -lylc artists, made .along..#iOst 

;istinetivc lines, in .styles ihaT willpfetwrhc 

niost discrin)iiiating,l&'d>^oT^oday. Better come 

in and take a peep at the beautiful creations. 

i.eciallv -■'" '^ '^T'wn at ..$25.00 



Gentlemen's Full Evening Dress Shirts, special imported make, $2.00' and ': . . . ... . . . $1.75 

Gentlemen's Evening Dress Kid Gloves, a nciv arrival of Dent's make, special grade'ahd 

\aliu-, ]>'.:r pair Si .00, 75c anil ^. ....................... . ■. . . . ..„..».> ;.. . ,,.«>. 50^ 

Gentlemen's Dress Bows, in white lawn, either ready made or stfing style, to tie, at prices 

froni 20C- to . . . r .^-— .--. •••■*• •-'• ' • ' ' • • ' ' •■ tJ. . . . 5^ 

Gentlemen's Full Dress Regulation Collars, all side's, special grade ......... . . ..... .'i .12j^<' 



Showing of Fall 
Millinery 

'['Ik \i(\\ I ill ;; 1- ''I'r l>i\i4innin.L; I" ;ini\o. M"st 

fi ircnio::.! arc t'lu' ii'"-' \'.r< .Manv cai*! i\at m,; .uhl 

(laint\ hl\'lc:^ arc Id 1m < ■ h Tins .s(-aM.n ilu h.n . 
are'"Considerably sniallcr tiian in f"rmrr yrai-s, \ct 
they arc di-^tinctive in llic extreme, sman an-l altrac 
tive and at mo^^t niodosi prices. 




We will rtffer special Bargains, in Blankets 
and Comforters. 

See Broad Street 'VVindows 
10x4 PtaiThelette Blanket*, in grey and 

white ..."......... $1.00 

11x4 Flannelette ^Blankekts, in grey and 

white .......'. • $1*35 

• T2X4' Flannelette Blankets, in grey ami 
white ......... i .. ... V ... . $1.65 

25 Extra Special Value--These"are slight- 

—ly- soiled. « Ll*u aliy sold at ^$4.50 and 

$5.00: Going. Wednesday, pair ^3.35 

50 Extra Fine Wool Blankets, regular, 

': $5.00. . Wednesday ... .... ^3.75. 

Nott ingha mr^.ace Curg . 
tains at $1.35 

Nbttitighiamv Lace Curtains; 3^2 yards 

long, very strong mesh, and are double' 
' thread. Various designs' in white only. 

suitable, for bedroorrrr ' ' ' 

Special Wednesday $1.35 

Printed Sateens, per yard,, i$c. Bi^ variety. of designs and' colorings, just the fabric for 
""•loose covers, curtains, etcr- Special -Wednesday .;..;. ; ..W¥l-i4 . . .15<r 



30 Pair English Pure Wool, slightly 
soiled, regular, $9.50. Whil^ •tiic\ 

last ... .. :$6.50 

Grey Wool Blankets. .S:?.25 to.... $6.50 

Red Wool- Blankets, $3.75 to. .. .$10.00 

Another Shipment of Down Comforters, 

one side satin and silk, with fringe,' 

■edge ........ ...*.:... .$9.75 

Applique Pillow Shams and Runners, rea- ■ 
ulai'-75c. .\Vednes<lay,- eaph" . . . .5<)^ 
Soiled 'Bed Spread at great rcductiofT. ~"' 

Our remaining stock of Dress Liiien, in 
all shades, regular, .65c -and 75c. T9 
clean up .,••.» ... \. . 25<^ 



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Spritig Mattresses? made -©a- hard -WOOd 
frarftesf braced .at the-ba€4c-t©-p¥evcht 
any.saggiug, best quality woven wire, 
m full sjze ottlj .......$1.75 



New Line of Boolis just Arrived 



Ethics d! Progress, by.Dale v.% .-, ,.S1 TiO 

Counsels by the Way, by Vandyke $1.00 

. Rpligious-y-a l tte of the.Old T estament. 1)\- 

• Vernon . . . ...... . . .v. . . . • • 

"Ftotn Passion to Peae'e,by Ail en 
'FaTt^h::aiflt H^ahhr'ljy^ B^ 
Seekihg After God, b 
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Priro .....".. 



l\iths to tlic licights, by Leaviti. .$1.00 

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Ill 'I'liM. ■ : ■ '' 'lie I nfiniti . , :,. 



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$ 1 .00 
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.$1.75 

M.inlcn 

S1.35 



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Trine.' \'\ 
The Masters > a I'licn. 

Price . 
F.cononrx 

Hope of Itnni"! t.il- 
1 ailirncrrin. 'i)\' Waci^- 



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